Eric A Goodman

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OBJECTIVE To measure the degree of burnout among emergency physicians (EPs) and to identify and rank predictive factors. METHODS Using the Maslach Burnout Inventory as well as a 79-item questionnaire, a cross-sectional survey was conducted for physician registrants at the Annual Scientific Assemblies of the American College of Emergency Physicians from(More)
Turnover rates for hospital nurses have been increasing in recent years, which is partially a result of increasing pressure on nurses from higher productivity expectations in a managed care environment. Improving nurse retention is a difficult challenge to managers since the bureaucratic cultural norm of hospitals, with its hierarchical structures, rules,(More)
STUDY OBJECTIVE To determine antibody titers to hepatitis B surface antigen (anti-HBsAg) among previously vaccinated emergency physicians and to assess the degree of compliance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) postvaccination guidelines. METHODS A descriptive analysis was performed of anti-HBsAg titer determinations and vaccination(More)
This study explores the phase model of burnout and investigates its relationship to actual turnover in a hospital. The results indicate that employees who turnover have significantly higher burnout phase scores that those who stay in the organization. A further comparison of voluntary and involuntary turnover demonstrates that there is no significant(More)
This study explores the three dimensions of the Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) and investigates their relationship to actual turnover in a hospital. Employees who left had significantly higher burnout on all three dimensions than those who stayed with the organization but only two of these dimensions, emotional exhaustion and personal accomplishment, were(More)
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