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Clinician Burnout and the Quality of Care

Clinician Burnout and the Quality of Care Association Between Physician Burnout and Patient Safety, Professionalism, and Patient Satisfaction Original Investigation Research Invited Commentary Mark Linzer, MD Burnout, a syndrome of emotional exhaustion, depersonaliza- funders who have entered this field in a substantive manner. tion, and a lack of sense of accomplishment, is a negative reac- Thus, the types of studies that are feasible may be smaller than tion to adverse work conditions. Prior to 2001, there were con- we might wish, and although we may hope for more random- cerns about waning preferences for career choices in primary ized trials, the landscape for such studies is restricted and they care and a developing notion are not likely to be completed within the next several years. Cli- that clinician satisfaction nicians and patients are now experiencing adverse work condi- Related article page 1317 tions. How can the field move forward in a timely manner to ad- was related to favorable out- comes, again in terms of career choice by learners. In 2001, John dress the worrisome findings of Panagioti et al ? Eisenberg, a leading health services researcher and 1 of the early directors of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Quality Improvement as the Road http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Internal Medicine American Medical Association

Clinician Burnout and the Quality of Care

JAMA Internal Medicine , Volume 178 (10) – Oct 4, 2018

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American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright 2018 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
ISSN
2168-6106
eISSN
2168-6114
DOI
10.1001/jamainternmed.2018.3708
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Abstract

Association Between Physician Burnout and Patient Safety, Professionalism, and Patient Satisfaction Original Investigation Research Invited Commentary Mark Linzer, MD Burnout, a syndrome of emotional exhaustion, depersonaliza- funders who have entered this field in a substantive manner. tion, and a lack of sense of accomplishment, is a negative reac- Thus, the types of studies that are feasible may be smaller than tion to adverse work conditions. Prior to 2001, there were con- we might wish, and although we may hope for more random- cerns about waning preferences for career choices in primary ized trials, the landscape for such studies is restricted and they care and a developing notion are not likely to be completed within the next several years. Cli- that clinician satisfaction nicians and patients are now experiencing adverse work condi- Related article page 1317 tions. How can the field move forward in a timely manner to ad- was related to favorable out- comes, again in terms of career choice by learners. In 2001, John dress the worrisome findings of Panagioti et al ? Eisenberg, a leading health services researcher and 1 of the early directors of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Quality Improvement as the Road

Journal

JAMA Internal MedicineAmerican Medical Association

Published: Oct 4, 2018

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