Resource type: Peer-Reviewed Literature
Age and Sex Differences in Burnout, Career Satisfaction, and Well-Being in US Neurologists

The following study contains a quantitative/qualitative analysis of survey responses from US neurologists. The purpose of the surveys was to examine age and sex...

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Prevalence and Factors Associated with Burnout among Frontline Primary Health Care Providers in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Systematic Review

This systematic review analyzes the prevalence and factors associated with provider burnout in low and middle income countries. Articles from three electronic...

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Association of Medical Scribes in Primary Care With Physician Workflow and Patient Experience

This study published in JAMA Internal Medicine investigates whether the use of medical scribes decreases electronic health record documentation burden and improves...

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Promoting Wellness and Stress Management in Residents through Emotional Intelligence Training

Previous literature on Emotional Intelligence (EI) demonstrates that physicians with higher levels of EI are less susceptible to burnout. The purpose of the study...

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Association of Clinical Specialty With Symptoms of Burnout and Career Choice Regret Among US Resident Physicians

This study sought to identify the association between rates of burnout and career choice regret amongst resident physicians and whether this varies by clinical...

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The Embedded Counseling Model: An Application for Dental Students

The aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of a counseling office on dental students at the University of Iowa College of Dentistry & Dental Clinics...

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Perceived Stress and Well-Being Among Dental Hygiene and Dental Therapy Students

This study explores the perception of stress and well-being amongst undergraduate dental hygiene and therapy students at the University of Portsmouth Dental...

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Association Between Physician Burnout and Patient Safety, Professionalism, and Patient Satisfaction A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

The following study, published in JAMA Internal Medicine, examines whether physician burnout is associated with an increased risk of patient safety incidents,...

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Measuring Our Values – Redoubling on a Commitment to Physician Health

Among the most telling statistics, suicide is the second leading cause of resident physician death. Growing health care costs, worsening physician shortages, along...

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Medical Licensure Questions and Physician Reluctance to Seek Care for Mental Health Conditions.

Licensing boards inquiring about mental health diagnoses are believed to cause a substantial deterrent to physicians seeking help, especially those with treatable...

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