Burnout among French GPs in training
- Medicine, Political Science
Background French GPs in training have an important role in making hospitals function and are the future workforce, however burnout among this group is not uncommon.
Medical Doctors and Dementia: A Longitudinal Study
- Medicine, PsychologyJournal of the American Geriatrics Society
To examine the association between being a medical doctor and the risk of incident dementia, a large number of patients with confirmed or suspected dementia have had a doctor-patient relationship.
Interventions to minimise doctors’ mental ill-health and its impacts on the workforce and patient care: the Care Under Pressure realist review
- Medicine, Political Science
Interventions to tackle doctors’ mental ill-health and its impact on the clinical workforce and patient care were reviewed, drawing on diverse literature sources and engaging iteratively with diverse stakeholder perspectives to produce actionable theory.
Do doctors have hidden distress; a study conducted at tertiary care hospital at Lahore.
- Medicine, EducationJPMA. The Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association
Almost one-third of the doctors had distress under the significant impact of multiple factors, and demographic features and level of job satisfaction were taken as independent variables.
Psycho-emotional Stress in Pediatric Cardiac Units 190
- Medicine, Psychology
Characterizing experiences with constructs including burnout, compassion fatigue, secondary trauma, and moral distress and examining the contexts in which they emerge is essential for supporting the well-being and increasing the longevity of professionals working in critical-care environments.
The Kubler-Ross model, physician distress, and performance reporting
- Medicine, Political ScienceNature Reviews Urology
Application of the Kubler-Ross 'five stages of grief' model—a conceptual framework consisting of a series of emotional stages inspired by work with terminally ill patients—could provide some insight into why physicians are reluctant to accept emerging quality-reporting mechanisms.
Burnout in physicians.
- MedicineThe journal of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
A perspective on burnout among doctors is provided, including an overview of symptoms, the scale of the problem, the implications and causes of burnout and, finally, a strategic framework to provide a basis for managing it.
Exemplary Physicians' Strategies for Avoiding Burnout
- MedicineThe health care manager
The results showed that techniques for avoiding burnout varied and included setting limits, sharing issues with family and friends, physical exercise, cultivating relaxation, and humor.
Physician Wellness Across the Professional Spectrum.
- MedicinePrimary care
Self-referrals to a doctors' mental health service over 10 years.
- Medicine, PsychologyOccupational medicine
More than half of doctors scored above the thresholds for burnout and psychological distress and these proportions were consistent over 10 years, suggesting doctors may be more willing to seek help than a decade ago.