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121. Data for the prevalence of nurses׳ burnout in Iran (a meta-analysis dataset) Full Text available with Trip Pro

in public health which requires highly motivated and committed nurses with high job satisfaction, it is recommended that the intensity of burnout be reduced through supervising the nurses׳ professional performance, supporting, paying attention to their problems, following up and providing the necessary strategies to improve their environmental, economic, and personal conditions. (...) Data for the prevalence of nurses׳ burnout in Iran (a meta-analysis dataset) The present dataset was carried out using meta-analysis method towards investigation of the prevalence of nurses׳ burnout in Iran. To this end, the keywords were searched in the Iranian databases such as Medlib, SID, Iranmedex, Magiran or even some international databases such as Cochrane, Science-Direct, Scopus, PubMed, and Google Scholar. The data were analysed using the STATA Software Version 12. In ten articles

2018 Data in brief

122. Burnout and Exposure to Critical Incidents in a Cohort of Emergency Medical Services Workers from Minnesota Full Text available with Trip Pro

in the profession.We administered a 167-item electronic survey that included the Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) and a modified version of the Critical Incident History Questionnaire (n=29 incident types) to paramedics, emergency medical technicians (EMTs), and dispatchers of a single ambulance service. We defined the presence of burnout as a high score on either the emotional exhaustion or depersonalization subscales of the MBI.Survey respondents who provided regular 911 response at the time of the survey (...) Burnout and Exposure to Critical Incidents in a Cohort of Emergency Medical Services Workers from Minnesota Very little quantitative data on occupational burnout and exposure to critical incidents are available from contemporary United States emergency medical services (EMS) cohorts. Given that burnout has been associated positively with turnover intentions and absenteeism in EMS workers, studies that uncover correlates of burnout may be integral to combating growing concerns around retention

2018 Western Journal of Emergency Medicine

123. Exploring the relative importance of work-organizational burnout risk factors in Belgian residents Full Text available with Trip Pro

Exploring the relative importance of work-organizational burnout risk factors in Belgian residents Previous research has shown that residents are at risk for developing burnout. Most burnout measures focus on individual risk factors, although work-organizational-focused measures might be beneficial as well. This study analyzed the relative importance of positive and negative work-organizational stressors, according to residents themselves, with NVivo11. Eleven work-organizational themes were (...) hours. Our results suggest to allocate resources to improve supervisors' skills, such as providing social support, feedback, and recognition. A better match between internship obligations and residents' studies could also contribute positively to this purpose.

2018 Medical education online

124. Work Engagement, Burnout and Personal Accomplishments Among Social Workers: A Comparison Between Those Working in Children and Adults’ Services in England Full Text available with Trip Pro

Work Engagement, Burnout and Personal Accomplishments Among Social Workers: A Comparison Between Those Working in Children and Adults’ Services in England Social workers (SWs) provide emotional and practical support to vulnerable service users who are likely to suffer from emotional trauma and mental health conditions. Stress and burnout levels are reported to be high among SWs, however, little is known about their relationships with different characteristics. The current article utilises (...) unique and large dataset (n = 3786) on SWs working in adults and children's services to examine factors associated with burnout. Employing job-demand/resources model and structural equations modelling, we highlight the varying significant impact of work-engagement, administrative support and work experience as moderating factors to burnout across adult and children service specialism in this sample.

2018 Administration and Policy in Mental Health

125. Preliminary Validation of Japanese Version of the Parental Burnout Inventory and Its Relationship With Perfectionism Full Text available with Trip Pro

the association between the PBI-J and perfectionism as a new interrelation. Similar to the prior study of Roskam et al. (2017), confirmatory factor analysis supported a model of three-factor structure of the PBI-J: emotional exhaustion, lack of personal accomplishment, and emotional distancing. In addition, we found low to moderate correlations of parental burnout with job burnout, parental stress, and depression. These findings provided initial evidence for validity of the PBI-J and suggested that parental (...) Preliminary Validation of Japanese Version of the Parental Burnout Inventory and Its Relationship With Perfectionism Parenting is a precious experience and also a very hard task, which could result in parental burnout for some parents. The present study sought to validate a Japanese version of the Parental Burnout Inventory (PBI-J) by replicating and extending the pioneering work of Roskam et al. (2017). We conducted a web survey (N = 1200) to first validate the PBI-J and second to investigate

2018 Frontiers in psychology

126. Organizational Factors and Burnout of Perioperative Nurses Full Text available with Trip Pro

factors. Promoting positive leadership styles, providing necessary resources, and creating a positive climate in the work environment could increase psychosocial wellbeing and decrease burnout among perioperative nurses. (...) Organizational Factors and Burnout of Perioperative Nurses Knowing the organizational factors that predict burnout in perioperative nurses is paramount for improving the care of patients and promoting nurses' psychosocial well-being and health.To determine the influence of organizational factors of the perioperative nurse's work environment on the three burnout dimensions: emotional exhaustion, despersonalization, and personal accomplishment.A cross-sectional study was conducted among 136

2018 Clinical practice and epidemiology in mental health : CP & EMH

127. The Relationship of Safety with Burnout for Mobile Health Employees Full Text available with Trip Pro

The Relationship of Safety with Burnout for Mobile Health Employees The study examined the relationship of occupational safety with job burnout.The study used a cross-sectional survey design.The setting was Nova Scotia, Canada.Mobile health employees (N = 156) completed surveys on road safety, workload, burnout and supervisor incivility.The main outcome measure was the Maslach Burnout Inventory.Results found that safety concerns improved the prediction of exhaustion beyond that provided (...) by workload concerns alone. Further, confidence in safety buffered the relationship of exhaustion with cynicism such that the exhaustion/cynicism relationship was stronger for employees who had lower confidence in road safety.Employees' confidence in occupational safety while addressing work responsibilities on the road has implications for their experience of job burnout.

2018 International journal of environmental research and public health

128. A Theoretical and Clinical Framework for Parental Burnout: The Balance Between Risks and Resources (BR2) Full Text available with Trip Pro

, and providing directions for intervention. The secondary goal was to operationalize this theory in a tool that would be easy to use for both researchers and clinicians. The results of this two-wave longitudinal study conducted on 923 parents suggest that the Balance between Risks and Resources (BR2) theory proposed here is a relevant framework to predict and explain parental burnout. More specifically, the results show that (1) the BR2 instrument reliably measures parents' balance between risks (parental (...) A Theoretical and Clinical Framework for Parental Burnout: The Balance Between Risks and Resources (BR2) Parental burnout is a specific syndrome resulting from enduring exposure to chronic parenting stress. But why do some parents burn out while others, facing the same stressors, do not? The main aim of this paper was to propose a theory of parental burnout capable of predicting who is at risk of burnout, explaining why a particular parent burned out and why at that specific point in time

2018 Frontiers in psychology

129. Web-Based Tools and Mobile Applications To Mitigate Burnout, Depression, and Suicidality Among Healthcare Students and Professionals: a Systematic Review. Full Text available with Trip Pro

, depression, and suicide prevention or intervention for healthcare students or providers and identified five categories of programs with significant effectiveness: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (online), meditation, mindfulness, breathing, and relaxation techniques. Using these categories, we searched for Web-based (through Google and beacon.anu.edu.au -a wellness resource website) and mobile applications (Apple and mobile. va.gov/appstore ) for stress, burnout, depression, and suicide prevention (...) and identified 36 resources to further evaluate based on relevance, applicability to healthcare providers (confidentiality, convenience, and cost), and the strength of findings supporting their effectiveness.We selected seven resources under five general categories designed to foster wellness and reduce burnout, depression, and suicide risk among healthcare workers: breathing (Breath2Relax), meditation (Headspace, guided meditation audios), Web-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (MoodGYM, Stress Gym

2018 Academic psychiatry : the journal of the American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training and the Association for Academic Psychiatry

130. Mindful Self-Care and Secondary Traumatic Stress Mediate a Relationship Between Compassion Satisfaction and Burnout Risk Among Hospice Care Professionals. (Abstract)

Mindful Self-Care and Secondary Traumatic Stress Mediate a Relationship Between Compassion Satisfaction and Burnout Risk Among Hospice Care Professionals. Effective self-care in hospice is anecdotally proclaimed to reduce burnout risk. Yet, the topic has received little empirical attention.This study developed a model for predicting burnout risk from compassion satisfaction (CS), secondary traumatic stress (STS), and mindful self-care.Hospice care professionals (n = 324).Cross-sectional self (...) -report survey.Mindful self-care was correlated with CS ( r = 0.497, p < .01), Burnout ( r = -0.726, p < .01), and STS ( r = -0.276, p < .01). A multiple regression model indicated that the combined effect of CS, STS, and mindful self-care explained 73.7% of the variance in Burnout. Mindful self-care and STS mediated a relationship between CS and Burnout. Each self-care category was statistically significant protective factors against burnout risk ( p < .01). Associations with Burnout in order

2018 American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine

131. Burnout Syndrome: Global Medicine Volunteering as a Possible Treatment Strategy. (Abstract)

Burnout Syndrome: Global Medicine Volunteering as a Possible Treatment Strategy. In the last few decades, "burnout syndrome" has become more common among clinicians, or at least more frequently recognized. Methods to prevent and treat burnout have had inconsistent results. Simultaneously, clinicians' interest in global medicine has increased dramatically, offering a possible intervention strategy for burnout while providing help to underserved areas.Caused by a variety of stressors, burnout (...) for combating burnout by reconnecting physicians with their love of the profession.Because studies have shown that regular volunteering improves mental health, short-term global medicine experiences may reinvigorate and reengage clinicians on the verge of, or suffering from, persistent burnout syndrome. Fortuitously, this intervention often will greatly benefit medically underserved populations.Copyright © 2018 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

2018 Journal of Emergency Medicine

132. Gender Differences in Utilization of Duty-Hour Regulations, Aspects of Burnout, and Psychological Well-being Among General Surgery Residents in the United States. (Abstract)

differences include a lack of female mentorship/leadership, dual-role responsibilities, gender blindness, and differing pressures and approaches to patient care.Female residents report working more, experiencing certain aspects of burnout more frequently, and having poorer psychological well-being. Qualitative themes provide insights into possible cultural and programmatic shifts to address the concerns for female residents. (...) Gender Differences in Utilization of Duty-Hour Regulations, Aspects of Burnout, and Psychological Well-being Among General Surgery Residents in the United States. The aim of the study was to (1) assess differences in how male and female general surgery residents utilize duty-hour regulations and experience aspects of burnout and psychological well-being, and (2) to explore reasons why these differing experiences exist.There may be differences in how women and men enter, experience, and leave

2018 Annals of Surgery

133. Self-regulatory biofeedback training: an intervention to reduce school burnout and improve cardiac functioning in college students. Full Text available with Trip Pro

. Cardiovascular fitness (VO2max) improved pre to post-intervention for HIIT but not HRVCB or waitlist participants. Also, both HRVCB and HIIT training participants decreased heart rate from pre to post-intervention but not waitlist participants. Finally, all participants decreased cardiac sympathovagal tone from pre to post-intervention. These findings provide evidence that HRVCB training programs can decrease school burnout as well as improve components associated with cardiac health. Study limitations (...) Self-regulatory biofeedback training: an intervention to reduce school burnout and improve cardiac functioning in college students. With the detrimental relationship between school burnout and physiological and cognitive functioning now well documented, interventions to ameliorate school burnout symptomology are needed. This study examined the effectiveness of a self-regulatory biofeedback intervention program (Heart Rate Variability Coherence Biofeedback Training [HRVCB]) in contrast

2018 Stress (Amsterdam, Netherlands) Controlled trial quality: uncertain

134. Mindful Self-Compassion Training Reduces Stress and Burnout Symptoms Among Practicing Psychologists: A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Brief Web-Based Intervention. Full Text available with Trip Pro

be more strongly related to self-coldness than self-compassion, a pattern seen in cross-sectional analyses and, for burnout, also in the longitudinal analyses. Conclusions: This training program appeared effective to increase self-compassion/reduce self-coldness, and to alleviate stress and symptoms of burnout and provide support of the distinction between self-compassion and self-coldness. Additional studies, preferably three-armed RCTs with long-term follow-up, are warranted to further evaluate (...) Mindful Self-Compassion Training Reduces Stress and Burnout Symptoms Among Practicing Psychologists: A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Brief Web-Based Intervention. Objective: The aims of this study were (a) to examine the effects of a 6 weeks web-based mindful self-compassion program on stress and burnout symptoms in a group of practicing psychologists, and (b) to examine relationships between changes in self-compassion and self-coldness and changes in stress and burnout symptoms. Method

2018 Frontiers in psychology Controlled trial quality: uncertain

135. Feeling Pressure to Be a Perfect Mother Relates to Parental Burnout and Career Ambitions Full Text available with Trip Pro

Feeling Pressure to Be a Perfect Mother Relates to Parental Burnout and Career Ambitions Background and aims: Intensive mothering norms prescribe women to be perfect mothers. Recent research has shown that women's experiences of pressure toward perfect parenting are related to higher levels of guilt and stress. The current paper follows up on this research with two aims: First, we examine how mothers regulate pressure toward perfect mothering affectively, cognitively, and behaviorally, and how (...) such regulation may relate to parental burnout. Second, we examine how feeling pressure toward perfect mothering may spill over into mothers' work outcomes. Methods: Through Prolific Academic, an online survey was sent to fulltime working mothers in the United Kingdom and United States with at least one child living at home (N = 169). Data were analyzed using bootstrapping mediation models. Results: Feeling pressure to be a perfect mother was positively related to parental burnout, and this relation

2018 Frontiers in psychology

136. Pediatric Integrative Medicine in Residency Program: Relationship between Lifestyle Behaviors and Burnout and Wellbeing Measures in First-Year Residents Full Text available with Trip Pro

and wellbeing. The potential of the PIMR to provide interventions addressing gaps in lifestyle behaviors with recognized association to burnout is discussed. (...) Pediatric Integrative Medicine in Residency Program: Relationship between Lifestyle Behaviors and Burnout and Wellbeing Measures in First-Year Residents It is widely recognized that burnout is prevalent in medical culture and begins early in training. Studies show pediatricians and pediatric trainees experience burnout rates comparable to other specialties. Newly developed Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) core competencies in professionalism and personal development

2018 Children

137. A Cross-Sectional Analysis of Compassion Fatigue, Burnout, and Compassion Satisfaction in Pediatric Critical Care Physicians in the United States. (Abstract)

in patients and families puts pediatric critical care physicians at risk for compassion fatigue and low compassion satisfaction. Awareness of compassion fatigue, burnout, and compassion satisfaction and their predictors may benefit providers both personally and professionally by allowing them to proactively manage their distress. (...) A Cross-Sectional Analysis of Compassion Fatigue, Burnout, and Compassion Satisfaction in Pediatric Critical Care Physicians in the United States. To determine the prevalence of compassion fatigue, burnout, and compassion satisfaction and identify potential personal and professional predictors of these phenomena in pediatric critical care providers.Cross-sectional, online survey.Pediatric critical care practices in the United States.Pediatric critical care fellows and attending

2018 Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

138. Burnout and Scope of Practice in New Family Physicians Full Text available with Trip Pro

Burnout and Scope of Practice in New Family Physicians Family physicians report some of the highest levels of burnout, but no published work has considered whether burnout is correlated with the broad scope of care that family physicians may provide. We examined the associations between family physician scope of practice and self-reported burnout.Secondary analysis of the 2016 National Family Medicine Graduate Survey respondents who provided outpatient continuity care (N = 1,617). We used (...) bivariate analyses and logistic regression to compare self-report of burnout and measures of scope of practice including: inpatient medicine, obstetrics, pediatric ambulatory care, number of procedures and/or clinical content areas, and providing care outside the principal practice site.Forty-two percent of respondents reported feeling burned out from their work once a week or more. In bivariate analysis, elements of scope of practice associated with higher burnout rates included providing more

2018 Annals of family medicine

139. Burnout in oncologists is a serious issue: What can we do about it? (Abstract)

on the wellbeing of oncologists and their patients. In this review article, we provide an oncologist's perspective on this important and topical issue. We have summarised the literature with regard to the consequences of physician burnout, its associated risk factors and previously evaluated solutions. We conclude by suggesting further strategies for addressing this problem.Copyright © 2018. Published by Elsevier Ltd. (...) Burnout in oncologists is a serious issue: What can we do about it? The cancer burden is rising globally with an increasing need for oncologists. The significant demands associated with caring for cancer patients within a rapidly evolving scientific field, poses manifold challenges, including the risk of work-related burnout. Surveys have already shown that the prevalence of burnout in oncologists worldwide is significant. There is growing concern that burnout has a detrimental impact

2018 Cancer Treatment Reviews

140. Adopting the Quadruple Aim: The University of Rochester Medical Center Experience<sup>,,✯✯✯</sup>: Moving from Physician burnout to Physician Resilience. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Adopting the Quadruple Aim: The University of Rochester Medical Center Experience,,✯✯✯: Moving from Physician burnout to Physician Resilience. The high rates of burnout among medical professionals in the United States are well documented. The reasons for burnout and the factors that contribute to physician resilience among health care providers in academic centers, however, are less well studied.Health care providers at a large academic center were surveyed to measure their degree (...) of burnout and callousness and identify associated factors. Additional questions evaluated features linked to resilience. The survey assessed demographic variables, work characteristics, qualifications, experience, and citizenship.A total of 528 surveys were sent out; 469 providers responded, and 444 (84%) completed the survey. High burnout was reported by 214 providers (45.6%), and callousness was noted among 163 (34.8%). Rates of burnout and callousness were higher among advanced practice providers

2018 American Journal of Medicine

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