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181. Limbic brain structures and burnout-A systematic review. (Abstract)

Limbic brain structures and burnout-A systematic review. More profound understanding of the relationship between the burnout and the limbic system function can provide better insight into brain structures associated with the burnout syndrome. The objective of this review is to explore all evidence of limbic brain structures associated with the burnout syndrome. In total, 13 studies were selected. Four of them applied the neuroimaging technology to investigate the sizes/volumes of the limbic (...) brain structures of burnout patients. Six other studies were to investigate the hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis of burnout patients. Based on the results of the studies on the HPA-axis and neuroimaging of the limbic brain structures, one can see great impact of the chronic occupational stress on the limbic structures in terms of HPA dysregulation, a decrease of BDNF, impaired neurogenesis and limbic structures atrophy. It can be concluded that chronic stress inhibits the feedback control

2017 Advances in medical sciences

182. A systematic review on the relationship between the nursing shortage and nurses' job satisfaction, stress and burnout levels in oncology/haematology settings. (Abstract)

A systematic review on the relationship between the nursing shortage and nurses' job satisfaction, stress and burnout levels in oncology/haematology settings. Nursing shortage is a global issue that which affects oncology nursing. Oncology nurses are more prone to experience job dissatisfaction, stress and burnout when they work in units with poor staffing. There is thus a need for greater understanding of the relationship between the nursing shortage and nursing outcomes in oncology (...) /haematology settings.This review aimed to establish the best available evidence concerning the relationship between the nursing shortage and nurses' job satisfaction, stress and burnout levels in oncology/haematology settings; and to make recommendations for practice and future research.Types of participants: This review considered studies that included oncology registered nurses (RNs) who were more than 18 years of age and worked in either inpatient or outpatient oncology/haematology wards or units

2017 JBI library of systematic reviews

183. Exhausted Parents: Development and Preliminary Validation of the Parental Burnout Inventory (Full text)

Exhausted Parents: Development and Preliminary Validation of the Parental Burnout Inventory Can parents burn out? The aim of this research was to examine the construct validity of the concept of parental burnout and to provide researchers which an instrument to measure it. We conducted two successive questionnaire-based online studies, the first with a community-sample of 379 parents using principal component analyses and the second with a community- sample of 1,723 parents using both principal (...) component analyses and confirmatory factor analyses. We investigated whether the tridimensional structure of the burnout syndrome (i.e., exhaustion, inefficacy, and depersonalization) held in the parental context. We then examined the specificity of parental burnout vis-à-vis professional burnout assessed with the Maslach Burnout Inventory, parental stress assessed with the Parental Stress Questionnaire and depression assessed with the Beck Depression Inventory. The results support the validity of a tri

2017 Frontiers in psychology PubMed abstract

184. Occupational Stress and Burnout among Surgeons in Fiji (Full text)

Occupational Stress and Burnout among Surgeons in Fiji This study examined the levels of occupational stress and burnout among surgeons in Fiji.A document set comprising a cover letter; a consent form; a sociodemographic and supplementary information questionnaire; the Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI); the 12-item General Health Questionnaire (GHQ-12); the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT); and the Professional Quality of Life (ProQOL) questionnaires were provided to surgeons (...) from three public divisional hospitals in Fiji. Thirty-six of 43 (83.7%) invited surgeons participated in the study.According to their MBI scores, surgeons suffered from low (10, 27.8%), moderate (23, 63.9%), and high (3, 8.3%) levels of burnout. Comparatively, 23 (63.9%) demonstrated moderate burnout according to their ProQOL scores. Substantial psychiatric morbidity was observed in 16 (44.0%) surgeons per their GHQ-12 scores. Consumption of alcohol was noted in 29 (80.6%) surgeons, and 12 (33.4

2017 Frontiers in public health PubMed abstract

185. Burnout among nurses working in social welfare centers for the disabled (Full text)

, with those that have selected the nursing profession randomly or because of the fear of unemployment having higher scores. Moderate relationships with colleagues was an independent predictor for all burnout dimensions.Nurses working in services for people with intellectual disabilities in Greece show increased burnout levels. Burnout can be prevented by offering more opportunities for professional advancement and education, new ways to provide supervisor support, provide incentives for nurses to initiate (...) Burnout among nurses working in social welfare centers for the disabled In the healthcare sector, we often come across the burnout syndrome. It is an occupational syndrome which causes, physical and emotional exhaustion. More information is needed on the dangers of burnout and how often it occurs in healthcare. The purpose of this study was to investigate burnout and factors associated with the syndrome among nurses working with people that are mentally challenged.A cross-sectional survey

2017 BMC nursing PubMed abstract

186. Multicenter, open-label, exploratory clinical trial with Rhodiola rosea extract in patients suffering from burnout symptoms (Full text)

addressing the source rather than the symptoms of the syndrome and preventing subsequent diseases associated with a history of burnout. The objective of the trial was to provide the exploratory data required for planning future randomized trials in burnout patients in order to investigate the clinical outcomes of treatment with R. rosea dry extract in this target group.The study was planned as an exploratory, open-label, multicenter, single-arm trial. A wide range of rating scales were assessed (...) and evaluated in an exploratory data analysis to generate hypotheses regarding clinical courses and to provide a basis for the planning of subsequent studies. A total of 118 outpatients were enrolled. A daily dose of 400 mg R. rosea extract (WS® 1375, Rosalin) was administered over 12 weeks. Clinical outcomes were assessed by the German version of the Maslach Burnout Inventory, Burnout Screening Scales I and II, Sheehan Disability Scale, Perceived Stress Questionnaire, Number Connection Test

2017 Neuropsychiatric disease and treatment PubMed abstract

187. Burnout syndrome in health-care professionals in a university hospital (Full text)

Burnout syndrome in health-care professionals in a university hospital To evaluate professional achievement and factors associated with occupational burnout among health professionals.An institution-based cross-sectional study was conducted on 436 healthcare providers, consisting of 101 nurses, 81 doctors and 254 nursing technicians, all meeting pre-established inclusion criteria. Occupational burnout was detected using the Maslach occupational burnout inventory tool. Data were collected (...) by self-administered questionnaires comprising questions concerning socio-demographics, education and training, and the Maslach occupational burnout inventory was used to identify levels of emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and professional achievement.Emotional exhaustion was associated with education level and work place for nursing technicians. Depersonalization was associated with gender in nursing technicians. For nurses, depersonalization showed a significant association with education

2017 Clinics PubMed abstract

188. The prevalence and effect of burnout on graduate healthcare students (Full text)

. The high prevalence of burnout within graduate healthcare students can have an effect on their mental health, empathy, and professional conduct. Understanding the occurrence and effects of burnout within graduate healthcare programs allows faculty and administration to plan curriculum, and provide information to students to understand, recognize, and create opportunities to decrease burnout in order to create long lasting quality clinicians. (...) The prevalence and effect of burnout on graduate healthcare students Burnout is a growing epidemic among professional healthcare students. Unaddressed burnout has been shown to have psychological and performance related detriments. The purpose of this scoping literature review was to investigate the prevalence of burnout and its effects on the psychological, professional, empathetic ability, and academic acuity of graduate healthcare students. Inclusion criteria included English language papers

2017 Canadian medical education journal PubMed abstract

189. Effect of Job Strain on Job Burnout, Mental Fatigue and Chronic Diseases among Civil Servants in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of China (Full text)

-0.989; p < 0.05), and low-job strain (OR = 0.657, 95% CI: 0.052-0.698; p < 0.05) were all associated with significantly lower odds of chronic disease. The risk of chronic disease was higher in civil servants with high-job burnout scores and mental fatigue scores compared with civil servants with lower scores (OR = 1.139, 95% CI: 1.012-3.198; OR = 1.697, 95% CI: 1.097-2.962). These data provide evidence for the effects of job strain on job burnout, mental fatigue and chronic diseases among civil (...) Effect of Job Strain on Job Burnout, Mental Fatigue and Chronic Diseases among Civil Servants in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of China Job strain is a major concern in view of its effects among civil servants associated with job burnout, mental fatigue and chronic diseases. The objective of this study was to assess the job strain level among civil servants and examine the effect of job strain on job burnout, mental fatigue and the resulting chronic diseases. A cross-sectional study

2017 International journal of environmental research and public health PubMed abstract

190. Mindfulness, burnout, and effects on performance evaluations in internal medicine residents (Full text)

Mindfulness, burnout, and effects on performance evaluations in internal medicine residents Burnout has been documented at high levels in medical residents with negative effects on performance. Some dispositional qualities, like mindfulness, may protect against burnout. The purpose of the present study was to assess burnout prevalence among internal medicine residents at a single institution, examine the relationship between mindfulness and burnout, and provide preliminary findings (...) on the relation between burnout and performance evaluations in internal medicine residents.Residents (n = 38) completed validated measures of burnout at three time points separated by 2 months and a validated measure of dispositional mindfulness at baseline. Program director end-of-year performance evaluations were also obtained on 22 milestones used to evaluate internal medicine resident performance; notably, these milestones have not yet been validated for research purposes; therefore, the investigation

2017 Advances in medical education and practice PubMed abstract

191. Nurses’ Burnout: The Influence of Leader Empowering Behaviors, Work Conditions, and Demographic Traits (Full text)

conditions, nurses' demographic traits, and LEBs were significantly correlated with the burnout categories. A stepwise regression model-exposed 4 factors predicted EE: hospital type, nurses' work shift, providing autonomy, and fostering participation in decision making. Gender, fostering participation in decision making, and department type were responsible for 5.9% of the DP variance, whereas facilitating goal attainment and nursing experience accounted for 8.3% of the PA variance. This study highlights (...) Nurses’ Burnout: The Influence of Leader Empowering Behaviors, Work Conditions, and Demographic Traits Nurse burnout is a widespread phenomenon characterized by a reduction in nurses' energy that manifests in emotional exhaustion, lack of motivation, and feelings of frustration and may lead to reductions in work efficacy. This study was conducted to assess the level of burnout among Jordanian nurses and to investigate the influence of leader empowering behaviors (LEBs) on nurses' feelings

2017 Inquiry : a journal of medical care organization, provision and financing PubMed abstract

192. The mediating effect of calling on the relationship between medical school students’ academic burnout and empathy (Full text)

of the relationship between academic burnout and empathy.This result demonstrates that calling is a key variable that mediates the relationship between medical students' academic burnout and empathy. As such, this study provides baseline data for an education that could improve medical students' empathy skills. (...) The mediating effect of calling on the relationship between medical school students’ academic burnout and empathy This study is aimed at identifying the relationships between medical school students' academic burnout, empathy, and calling, and determining whether their calling has a mediating effect on the relationship between academic burnout and empathy.A mixed method study was conducted. One hundred twenty-seven medical students completed a survey. Scales measuring academic burnout

2017 Korean journal of medical education PubMed abstract

193. Factors Associated With Burnout Among US Hospital Clinical Pharmacy Practitioners: Results of a Nationwide Pilot Survey (Full text)

pharmacist colleagues, and feeling that contributions are underappreciated. Conclusions: The burnout rate of hospital clinical pharmacy providers was very high in this pilot survey. However, the overall response rate was low at 11.4%. The negative effects of burnout require further study and intervention to determine the influence of burnout on the lives of clinical pharmacists and on other health care-related outcomes. (...) Factors Associated With Burnout Among US Hospital Clinical Pharmacy Practitioners: Results of a Nationwide Pilot Survey Background: In health care, burnout has been defined as a psychological process whereby human service professionals attempting to positively impact the lives of others become overwhelmed and frustrated by unforeseen job stressors. Burnout among various physician groups who primarily practice in the hospital setting has been extensively studied; however, no evidence exists

2017 Hospital pharmacy PubMed abstract

194. Descriptive study of association between quality of care and empathy and burnout in primary care (Full text)

to investigate the unexpected trend observed that suggests that physicians and nurses with higher levels of burnout provide higher quality care. (...) Descriptive study of association between quality of care and empathy and burnout in primary care The doctor-patient relationship is a crucial aspect of primary-care practice Research on associations between quality of care provision and burnout and empathy in a primary care setting could improve this relationship.Cross-sectional study of family physicians (108) and nurses (112) of twenty-two primary care centers in the health district of Lleida, Spain. Empathy and burnout were measured using

2017 BMC medical ethics PubMed abstract

195. Critical care rotation impact on pediatric resident mental health and burnout (Full text)

Critical care rotation impact on pediatric resident mental health and burnout Burnout and depression are common among medical trainees and intensive care unit providers, negatively impacting both providers and patients. We hypothesized that at the end of the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) rotation, there would be an increased prevalence of depression and burnout in pediatric residents when compared to the beginning.Pediatric residents were assessed prior to and following their PICU (...) rotation using the Maslach Burnout Inventory, the Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Screen and a survey assessing positive and negative aspects of the rotation.Sixty residents were eligible to participate and initial response rate was 40%. The prevalence of positive depression screen increased from 4% to 41% during the PICU rotation. Regarding burnout, the prevalence of residents meeting criteria for emotional exhaustion increased from 41% to 59% and depersonalization increased from 41% to 53

2017 BMC medical education PubMed abstract

196. Prevalence and determinants of burnout syndrome among physicians in Cameroon: a research proposal (Full text)

Prevalence and determinants of burnout syndrome among physicians in Cameroon: a research proposal Burnout syndrome is a common psychological state, that may affect human healthcare providers due to their prolonged exposure to job stressors. Burnout can hinder optimal healthcare delivery. Hence this study aims to determine the prevalence and correlates of burnout syndrome amongst physicians in Cameroon. Specifically: (1) to determine the prevalence of burnout syndrome amongst Cameroonian doctors (...) will be assessed using the Maslach Burnout Inventory. Data will be analysed using Epi Info version 7 and a p value < 0.05 will be considered significant. Multivariable logistic regression will be used to identify determinants of burnout syndrome. Physicians' mental health is largely neglected in developing countries like Cameroon. Data from this research will help inform practitioners on the magnitude of the problem and favour the development of policies that improve the mental health of care-providers.

2017 BMC research notes PubMed abstract

197. 3 tools doctors can use to prevent burnout

physicians. Classic definition of burnout: A psychological syndrome in response to chronic interpersonal stressors on the job. The three key dimensions of this response are an overwhelming exhaustion, feelings of cynicism and detachment from the job and a sense of ineffectiveness and lack of accomplishment. Frequently cited causes for burnout are the use of electronic health records (EHRs) and physicians’ perceptions of their ability to provide high-quality care. While we need leaders of medicine to help (...) 3 tools doctors can use to prevent burnout 3 tools doctors can use to prevent burnout 3 tools doctors can use to prevent burnout | | March 15, 2019 484 Shares It was a beautiful warm mid-July morning in Minnesota. And I was taken by surprise by my feeling of complete and utter contentment. I was with my family bicycling around a lake on a smooth groomed gravel path surrounded by trees, ferns and so many shades of green my breath was taken away. The cool riparian air mixed with the warmth

2019 KevinMD blog

198. Fixing physician burnout means changing the culture of medicine

. For instance, last fall Michigan Medicine began offering to new mothers, fathers, and guardians six weeks of paid leave after the birth or adoption of a child. We are expanding child-care support and reviewing scheduling procedures to provide more flexibility to our caregivers without compromising patient care. Recognizing that sharp increases in are a major contributor to burnout, Michigan Medicine is testing the effectiveness of using scribes to handle some paperwork chores as well as new approaches (...) Fixing physician burnout means changing the culture of medicine Fixing physician burnout means changing the culture of medicine Fixing physician burnout means changing the culture of medicine | | February 22, 2019 32 Shares A talented young physician was concerned about her job at Michigan Medicine, where we both work. She thought she might have to leave the organization because she could not meet mandatory early-morning start times for procedures or outpatient visits. She was especially

2019 KevinMD blog

199. A psychiatrist’s attempt to stop burnout

. Crossroads provided a protected hour of self-reflection and discussion between PGY-1 internal medicine residents twice a month throughout the NYU health system. Guided by psychiatrists, discussions relating to burnout, depression, and suicide were just a few of the talking points that interns explored. Confidentiality and food were provided to fortify the idea that our colleagues’ thoughts were protected and that this hour could be a sense of reprieve from the ebb and flow of a chaotic workday (...) . Contingency planning was also established so that if trainees presented with thoughts of suicidal ideation or another psychiatric emergency, our psychiatrists could get them urgent help in a safe and confidential manner. While still in its youth, Crossroads has shown promising results. Attendance has risen, and trainees who are need have been referred to mental health providers for extra assistance. There is still much work to be done. Burnout is a system’s issue, and we do require systemic change to make

2019 KevinMD blog

200. Physician Burnout Jumps Dramatically In Just a Few Years

% of graduating residents now choose to be employees rather then to open a private practice. If they choose private practice, they may have to wait 6 months to be enrolled in the insurers panels. 5 transformational medical practice events could have contributed to the spike in physician burnout, according to the authors: 1. Hospital purchases of medical groups 2. Rising drug prices 3. The Affordable Care Act 4. 'Pay for performance’ in which providers are offered financial incentives to improve quality (...) Physician Burnout Jumps Dramatically In Just a Few Years CasesBlog - Medical and Health Blog: Physician Burnout Jumps Dramatically In Just a Few Years Health News Updated Daily by Internist and Allergist at Cleveland Clinic Florida Pages Physician Burnout Jumps Dramatically In Just a Few Years In , Drs. Andrew G. Alexander and Kenneth A. Ballou reported 3 factors for physician burnout: 1. The traditional doctor-patient relationship has been dwarfed by the relationship between health insurance

2019 CasesBlog - Medical and Health Blog

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