Instructions for requesting articles.
Pennachio DL. Burnout. Are you at risk? Did you just yell at that patient? Slam that door? Step back--you may be on a slippery slope toward burnout. We can help. Med Econ. 2005 May;82(9):78-82. Request full-text article.
Bruce SM, et al. Burnout in physicians: a case for peer-support. Intern Med J. 2005 May;35(5):272-8.
Rabin, S et al. Keeping doctors healthy: A salutogenic perspective. Families, Systems & Health: The Journal of Collaborative Family HealthCare. 2005 Spring;23(1):94-102.
Barnett et al. Career satisfaction and retention of a sample of women physicians who work reduced hours. J Womens Health. 2005 Mar;14(2):146-53.
Hobson, K. Battling burnout. U.S. News & World Report. 2005 Jan;138(4):51.
Hutchins, A et al. An investigation into the benefits of prolonged study leave undertaken by general practitioners. Education for Primary Care. 2005 Jan;16(1):57-65.
Thomas NK. Resident burnout. JAMA. 2004 Dec 15;292(23):2880-9. Request full-text article.
Willcock SM et al. Burnout and psychiatric morbidity in new medical graduates. Med J Aust. 2004 Oct 4;181(7):357-60. Full-text access.
Riley GJ. Understanding the stresses and strains of being a doctor. Med J Aust. 2004 Oct 4;181(7):350-3. Full-text access.
Töyry, S et al. Children and work-related stress among physicians. Stress & Health: Journal of the International Society for the Investigation of Stress. 2004 Oct;20(4):213-221.
Rohland, B et al. Validation of a single-item measure of burnout against the Maslach Burnout Inventory among physicians. Stress & Health: Journal of the International Society for the Investigation of Stress. 2004 Apr;20(2):75-79.
Reed, F. More tips for burnout prevention. Family Practice Management. 2004 Mar;11(3):20.
Chopra SS et al. Physician burnout. STUDENTJAMA. 2004 Feb 4;291(5):633. Request full-text article.
Dorz, S et al. Predicting burnout among HIV/AIDS and oncology health care workers. Psychology & Health. 2003 Oct;18(5):677-684.
Moore, LG. Creating a vital burnout-proof practice. Family Practice Management. 2003 Sept;10(8):51-54.
Sotile WM et al. Beyond physician burnout: keys to effective emotional management. J Med Pract Manage. 2003 May-Jun;18(6):314-8.
Carr, P et al. Characteristics and outcomes for women physicians who work reduced hours. Journal of Women's Health. 2003 May;12(4):399.
Kluger, MT et al. Job satisfaction, stress and burnout in Australian specialist anaesthetists. Anaesthesia. 2003 Apr;58(4):339-345.
Robinson GE. Stresses on women physicians: consequences and coping techniques. Depress Anxiety. 2003;17(3):180-9.
Winstanley, S. Anxiety, burnout and coping styles in general hospital staff exposed to workplace aggression: a cyclical model of burnout and vulnerability to aggression. Work & Stress. 2002 Oct;16(4):302-315.
Spickard A Jr, et al. Mid-career burnout in generalist and specialist physicians. JAMA. 2002 Sep 25;288(12):1447-50. Request full-text article.
McManus, IC et al. The causal links between stress and burnout in a longitudinal study of UK doctors. Lancet. 2002 June;359(9323):2089-90.
Rutter, H et al. Stress in doctors and dentists who teach. Medical Education. 2002 June;36(6):543-549.
Zeckhausen, W. Ideas for managing stress and extinguishing burnout. Family Practice Management. 2002 Apr;9(4):35-38.
Clever, L. Who is sicker: Patients--or residents? Residents' distress and the care of patients. Annals of Internal Medicine. 2002 Mar;136(5):391-3.
Shanafelt, TD et al. Do medical residents experience burnout? Annals of Internal Medicine. 2002 Mar;136(5):I-29.
Shanafelt TD, et al. Burnout and self-reported patient care in an internal medicine residency program. Ann Intern Med. 2002 Mar 5;136(5):358-67.
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