Gea S Dillingh

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OBJECTIVES This study was performed in order to gather insight into the well-being of Dutch medical residents. METHODS In 2005, all Dutch residents registered through the Medical Registration Committee (n = 5245) were sent a self-report questionnaire to assess socio-demographic and work-related characteristics, burnout and engagement. RESULTS Of the(More)
OBJECTIVES Recent research showed that medical residents have a high risk for developing burnout. The present study investigates the prevalence of burnout and its relationship with suicidal thoughts among medical residents. METHODS All Dutch medical residents (n = 5126) received a self-report questionnaire. Burnout was measured with the Maslach Burnout(More)
OBJECTIVE This study examined reciprocity in medical residents' relationships with supervisors, fellow residents, nurses and patients, and associations between reciprocity and burnout. Furthermore, we considered if a discrepancy between the perceived and preferred levels of reciprocity influenced the level of burnout complaints. METHODS In 2003,(More)
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