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JAMA Surgery

JAMA Surgery In This Issue August 2018 Volume 153, Number 8 JAMA Surgery Pages 697-784 Research LETTERS Research Letter Resident and Faculty Perceptions of Wellness During Training 705 774 Factors Associated With Emergency Burnout is one of the major challenges facing physicians and is increasingly prevalent in the Department Visits and Hospital surgical community. Williford and colleagues analyzed the perceptions of burnout and de- Admissions After Invasive Outpatient Procedures in the Veterans Health pression among 147 surgical residents and faculty in North Carolina with validated survey Administration metrics. Both cohorts underestimated the true prevalence of these conditions but identi- HJ Mull and Coauthors fied the same barriers to seeking care. 776 Association of Comorbidities With Invited Commentary 711 Adverse Outcomes After Enterostomy Continuing Medical Education jamanetwork.com/learning Closure in Premature Neonates DJ Lucas and A Gosain Resident Expectations of Training and Risk of Attrition 712 778 Estimating Surgical Risk for Patients With Severe Comorbidities General surgery resident expectations of training and their subsequent risk of attrition have SK Sherman and Coauthors not been evaluated. Abelson and colleagues performed a prospective cohort study of 828 Comment & Response residents over 9 years and found that interns with realistic expectations were less likely to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Surgery American Medical Association

JAMA Surgery

JAMA Surgery , Volume 153 (8) – Aug 1, 2018

JAMA Surgery

Abstract

In This Issue August 2018 Volume 153, Number 8 JAMA Surgery Pages 697-784 Research LETTERS Research Letter Resident and Faculty Perceptions of Wellness During Training 705 774 Factors Associated With Emergency Burnout is one of the major challenges facing physicians and is increasingly prevalent in the Department Visits and Hospital surgical community. Williford and colleagues analyzed the perceptions of burnout and de- Admissions After Invasive Outpatient Procedures in the Veterans Health...
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Publisher
American Medical Association
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Copyright 2018 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
ISSN
2168-6254
eISSN
2168-6262
DOI
10.1001/jamasurg.2017.3687
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Abstract

In This Issue August 2018 Volume 153, Number 8 JAMA Surgery Pages 697-784 Research LETTERS Research Letter Resident and Faculty Perceptions of Wellness During Training 705 774 Factors Associated With Emergency Burnout is one of the major challenges facing physicians and is increasingly prevalent in the Department Visits and Hospital surgical community. Williford and colleagues analyzed the perceptions of burnout and de- Admissions After Invasive Outpatient Procedures in the Veterans Health pression among 147 surgical residents and faculty in North Carolina with validated survey Administration metrics. Both cohorts underestimated the true prevalence of these conditions but identi- HJ Mull and Coauthors fied the same barriers to seeking care. 776 Association of Comorbidities With Invited Commentary 711 Adverse Outcomes After Enterostomy Continuing Medical Education jamanetwork.com/learning Closure in Premature Neonates DJ Lucas and A Gosain Resident Expectations of Training and Risk of Attrition 712 778 Estimating Surgical Risk for Patients With Severe Comorbidities General surgery resident expectations of training and their subsequent risk of attrition have SK Sherman and Coauthors not been evaluated. Abelson and colleagues performed a prospective cohort study of 828 Comment & Response residents over 9 years and found that interns with realistic expectations were less likely to

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Published: Aug 1, 2018

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