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Stability and Change in Burnout: A 10-year Follow-Up Study Among Primary Care Physicians PDF
Study results are as follows: The results of various stability and change models that were tested using structural equation modeling (SEM) indicated that demanding patient contacts lead to increased burnout among physicians. In addition, the findings suggested that about one quarter of the variance in physician’s actual burnout levels across one decade is accounted for by a stable component, whereas about three quarters is accounted for by a change component. Hence, physician burnout seems to be a rather chronic condition that may be aggravated by exposure to demanding patients.
Fear of Mental Health Diagnosis on Record May Keep Physicians From Seeking Care Article
MOMS Public Health Study: Pediatric Patient Continuance of Care Provider Information PDF
AMA Steps Forward Modules External Link
The Epidemic of Clinician Burnout: We Can Turn This Around! PDF
This powerpoint aims to identify features of a healthy work environment, list methods to prevent burnout, and develop a plan for Internal Medicine to maintain professional satisfaction.
Improving Wellness: Techniques for Building Resiliency PDF
Objectives of this presentation are to: discuss burnout, improving resiliency to improve health and reduce stress, and discuss various types of mindful practices (breating, MBSR, laughter, and gratitude).
Correlates of Physician Burnout Across Regions and Specialties: A Meta-Analysis PDF
Conclusions of this study are as follows: Although we could not infer causality, our findings suggest: (1) that EE represents the core burnout dimension; (2) that certain individual and organizational-level correlates are associated with reduced physician burnout; (3) the benefits of directing resources where they are most needed to physicians of different regions and specialties; and (4) a call for research to link physician burnout with performance.
Work Hours and Caseload as Predictors of Physician Burnout: The Mediating Effects by Perceived Workload and by Autonomy PDF
Study results are as follows: As expected, workload predicted higher levels of global burnout and physical fatigue, while autonomy predicted lower levels of global burnout. Work hours and caseload predicted global burnout only indirectly, via their effects on either perceived workload or autonomy. These findings suggest that public policies, designed to reduce physician work hours in order to reduce burnout and improve patients’ safety, should take into account physician perceived workload and autonomy.
DCHD Services Brochure (8-12) PDF
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Physician Resource – Nebraska Licensee Assistance Program External Link
Confidential resources are available for health care professionals affected by alcohol/drug abuse and addiction.