Corpus ID: 8527138

Resident physician burnout: is there hope?

  title={Resident physician burnout: is there hope?},
  author={Laura W McCray and P. Cronholm and H. Bogner and J. Gallo and R. Neill},
  journal={Family medicine},
  volume={40 9},
  • Laura W McCray, P. Cronholm, +2 authors R. Neill
  • Published 2008
  • Medicine
  • Family medicine
  • BACKGROUND Prevalent among resident physicians, burnout has been associated with absenteeism, low job satisfaction, and medical errors. [...] Key Method Additional articles were also identified from the reference lists of manuscripts. The quality of research was graded with the Strength of Evidence Taxonomy (SORT) from highest (level A) to lowest (level C). RESULTS Out of 190 identified articles, 129 were reviewed. Nine studies met inclusion criteria, only two of which were randomized, controlled trials…Expand Abstract
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