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A Study on Work Intensity, Work-Life Balance, and Burnout among Korean Neurosurgeons after the Enactment of the Special Act on Korean Medical Residents

Kim TG

Objective : Since the enactment of the Special Act on Korean Medical Residents, neurosurgeons working at training hospitals have been performing the duties of residents, in addition to their existing...
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Influences of presenteeism of clinical dental hygienists

Hye MK, Hong MH

Objectives: The aim of this study was to measure the presentism, intention of employment, selfefficacy, degree of exhaustion, and factors affecting presentism of clinical dental hygienists for use as basic...
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Work–Family Conflict, Depression, and Burnout Among Jail Correctional Officers: A 1-Year Prospective Study

Jaegers LA, Vaughn MG, Werth P, Matthieu MM, Ahmad SO, Barnidge E

Background Correctional officers (COs) experience elevated rates of mental and physical ill-health as compared with other general industry and public safety occupations. The purpose of this study was to investigate demographic,...
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Influence of Self-care on Burnout in Primary Family Caregiver of Person with Dementia

Kwon JH, Hong GRS

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the influence of self-care on burnout experienced by primary family caregivers of persons with dementia. Methods: The subjects of the study...
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The Effect of Nursing Competence on Patient-Centered Care among Nurses Caring for Patients with Chronic Disease: The Mediating Effect of Burnout and the Moderating Effect of Nursing Work Environment

Ahn JY, Eun Y

Purpose: This study aims to explore the mediating effect of burnout and the moderating effect of nursing work environment in the relationship between nursing competence and patient-centered care among nurses...
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Factors Influencing Job Satisfaction among Forensic Psychiatric Nurses

Lee EY, Gang M

Purpose: The aim of the study was to identify the influencing factors for job satisfaction among forensic psychiatric nurses. Methods: A descriptive correlational study design was used. Participants were 90 forensic...
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Association between burnout and wellness culture among emergency medicine providers

Jyothindran R, d’Etienne JP, Marcum K, Ho AF, Robinson RD, Tijerina A, Graca C, Knowles HC, Zenarosa NR, Wang H

Objective Burnout is a common occurrence among healthcare providers and has been associated with provider wellness culture. However, this association has not been extensively studied among emergency medicine (EM) providers....
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Relationships among Non-Nursing Tasks, Nursing Care Left Undone, Nurse Outcomes and Medical Errors in Integrated Nursing Care Wards in Small and Medium-Sized General Hospitals

Park JY, Hwang JI

Purpose: This study aimed to identify the degree of non-nursing tasks and nursing care left undone in integrated nursing care wards, and examine their relationships with nurses’ burnout, job satisfaction,...
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Relationship between Burnout and Turnover Intention among Community-Based Mental Health Workers : The Mediating Effects of Perceived Work Value

Park IH, Oh MJ, Kim M, Lee YR, Jhon M, Lee JY, Kim SW

  • KMID: 2513152
  • J Korean Soc Biol Ther Psychiatry.
  • 2021 Feb;27(1):25-32.
Objectives:The turnover rate of mental health workers in community mental health institutes is remarkably high.We explored the mediating effects of perceived work value on the relationship between burnout and turnover...
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Evolution of COVID-19 management in critical care: review and perspective from a hospital in the United Kingdom

Jha AK, Kulkarni SG

The unexpected emergence and spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has been pandemic, with long-lasting effects, and unfortunately, it does not seem to have ended. Integrating advanced planning, strong teamwork,...
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Burnout as a Mediator in the Relationship between Work-Life Balance and Empathy in Healthcare Professionals

Seo HY, Lee DW, Nam S, Cho Sj, Yoon JY, Hong YC, Lee N

Objective This cross-sectional study aimed to 1) explore the relationships among work-life balance (WLB), burnout, and empathy and 2) investigate the roles of the subtypes of burnout relating to WLB...
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Do Low Self-Esteem and High Stress Lead to Burnout Among Health-Care Workers? Evidence From a Tertiary Hospital in Bangalore, India

Johnson AR, Jayappa R, James M, Kulnu A, Kovayil R, Joseph B

Background: Low self-esteem can be an issue among health-care workers due to the hierarchical medical system. Health-care workers are also in a high pressure environment that can lead to stress...
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Factors Associated with Burnout among Healthcare Workers during an Outbreak of MERS

Seo YE, Kim HC, Yoo SY, Lee KU, Lee HW, Lee SH

Objective Although healthcare workers (HCWs) experienced significant stress during the 2015 outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), the factors associated with this stress remain unknown. Thus, the present study...
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Influences of Type D Personality, Positive Psychological Capital, and Emotional Labor on the Burnout of Psychiatric Nurses

Park SM, Lee MH, Kim JY

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships between type D personality, positive psychological capital, emotional labor, and burnout in psychiatric nurses. Methods: The participants were 187...
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The Relationship between Occupational Stress and Burnout among Firefighters: Mediating of Grit

Jung YA, Oh MS, Kim HS

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the mediating effects of grit in the relationship between occupational stress and burnout among fire fighters. Methods: A descriptive, cross-sectional study...
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The Effects of Clinical Practice Stress and Resilience on Nursing Students’ Academic Burnout

Shin S, Hwang E

The high degree of academic burnout experienced during academic life indicates that job skill levels during the first year following graduation are low, and the correlation with turnover intention is...
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Personal Health of Spine Surgeons Can Impact Perceptions, Decision-Making and Healthcare Delivery During the COVID-19 Pandemic - A Worldwide Study

Sayari AJ, Harada GK, Louie PK, McCarthy MH, Nolte MT, Mallow GM, Siyaji Z, Germscheid N, Cheung JP, Neva MH, El-Sharkawi M, Valacco M, Sciubba DM, Chutkan NB, An HS, Samartzis D

Objective: To determine if personal health of spine surgeons worldwide influences perceptions, healthcare delivery, and decision-making during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Methods: A cross-sectional study was performed by distributing...
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Effects of exposure to endocrine disruptors, burnout, and social support from peers on premenstrual syndrome in nurses

Chang HY, Park S

Purpose: This study aimed to investigate the effects of exposure to endocrine disruptors, burnout, and social support from peers on premenstrual syndrome (PMS) in nurses. Methods: This descriptive correlational study...
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Understanding and Management of Burnout

Lee SY

Burnout occurs in the context of an occupational hazard, specifically when workers become overwhelmed and exhausted by improperly managed chronic work stress. Although not a formal diagnostic entity, it is...
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Recommended Strategies for Physician Burnout, a Well-Recognized Escalating Global Crisis Among Neurologists

Patel UK, Zhang MH, Patel K, Malik P, Shah M, Rasul BM, Lavado L, Kavi T, Tadi P, Jani V, Lunagariya A

Several indexes are used to classify physician burnout, with the Maslach Burnout Inventory currently being the most widely accepted. This index measures physician burnout based on emotional exhaustion, detachment from...
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