Resident Administrative Time to Reduce Burnout - Moran Eye Center

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Identifier 016_RPS2018_poster_RICKS.pdf
Title Resident Administrative Time to Reduce Burnout - Moran Eye Center
Creator Ricks, Christopher J.; Burrow, Michael K.; Pettey; Jeff H.; Jardine, Griffin J.
Subject Health Promotion; Health Personnel; Burnout, Professional; Burnout, Psychological; Mental Health; Personnel Staffing and Scheduling; Poster
Description Recently, there has been increased awareness of burnout and poor mental health amongst healthcare providers. Studies show it begins in medical school and can peak in residency where the greatest contributing factor is lack of control of one's schedule and available personal time. Evidence suggests that residents have higher rates of burnout and depression compared with population controls. Studies show this trend continues into practice. Two consecutive University of Utah GME Resident Wellness surveys found the Ophthalmology residents to have an 80% burnout, significantly higher than the University of Utah Resident average of 59%. The first survey set the record for highest level-of-burnout amongst any University of Utah residency program but had 56% program response rate. The second survey, though no longer the highest level of burnout across university residency programs, had a 100% response rate and demonstrated the same degree of burnout -80%; Results: Exceeded goal to reduce burnout in the Ophthalmology Residency Program.
Relation is Part of Resilience Poster Session - 2018
Publisher Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah
Date Digital 2018
Date 2018
Type Text
Format application/pdf
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Language eng
ARK ark:/87278/s6pc7f2f
Setname ehsl_ebp
ID 1400714
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