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Compensation Models and Support Staff Influence Physician Burnout for Hematologists/Oncologists
The recent survey by the American Society of Hematology underscores the potential influence of compensation models and support staff on burnout rates among hematologists and oncologists. The findings suggest a need for reevaluating compensation systems and further integrating APPs in clinical practice to enhance physician wellness.
Hematology/Oncology August 7th 2023
Happiest Physicians By Specialty
Explore the data-driven insights from the Medscape survey on the shifts in physicians’ happiness levels and lifestyle choices due to pandemic stresses, and discover the keys to maintaining a fulfilling life beyond the hospital doors.
All Specialties June 20th 2023
Actor-Turned-Oncologist Creates Musical About Physician Burnout
Experience a unique take on physician burnout through the lens of music and comedy as presented by Dr. Stuart Bloom. His musical presents a first-hand account of the professional pressures faced by today’s healthcare practitioners.
Oncology, Medical June 20th 2023
The Relationship of Nurses’ Psychological Well-being with Their Coronaphobia and Work–life Balance During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Cross-sectional Study
COVID-19, as we know, is a global health crisis that has had a significant impact on the mental health of nurses. Until now, no studies were available on factors affecting the psychological well-being of nurses in Turkey during the pandemic. These insights are crucial because any impairments to nurses’ psychological well-being can negatively affect both the quality of care they provide and their overall performance. In an effort to fill this knowledge gap, the study used a descriptive, correlational, and cross-sectional design. By adhering to the STROBE reporting guideline checklist, the researchers meticulously compiled their findings. A sample of 295 nurses from a Health Application and Research Center in Turkey, who voluntarily participated through social media tools, formed the study group. Data collection occurred between June and August 2020 using Google forms. Instruments employed included a Sociodemographic Characteristics Form, the COVID-19 Phobia Scale (C19P-S), the Work-Life Balance (WLB) Scale, and the Psychological Well-Being (PWB) Scale. The team employed stepwise multiple linear regression analysis to pinpoint factors affecting psychological well-being. Unsurprisingly, the study found that both the work-life balance and psychological well-being of nurses were negatively affected during the COVID-19 pandemic. Most nurses exhibited mild-to-moderate levels of COVID-19 phobia. Among the […]
Nursing May 30th 2023