Variability of Burnout and Stress Measures in Pediatric Residents: An Exploratory Single-Center Study From the Pediatric Resident Burnout-Resilience Study Consortium
Kemper, Kathi J
Staples, Betty B
Serwint, Janet R
Schubert, Charles J
Wilson, Paria M
Mahan, John D
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PublisherSAGE PUBLICATIONS INC
CitationReed, S., Kemper, K. J., Schwartz, A., Batra, M., Staples, B. B., Serwint, J. R., … Mahan, J. D. (2018). Variability of Burnout and Stress Measures in Pediatric Residents: An Exploratory Single-Center Study From the Pediatric Resident Burnout–Resilience Study Consortium. Journal of Evidence-Based Integrative Medicine. https://doi.org/10.1177/2515690X18804779
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AbstractResidency is a high-risk period for physician burnout. We aimed to determine the short-term stability of factors associated with burnout, application of these data to previous conceptual models, and the relationship of these factors over 3 months. Physician wellness questionnaire results were analyzed at 2 time points 3 months apart. Associations among variables within and across time points were analyzed. Logistic regression was used to predict burnout and compassionate care. A total of 74% of residents completed surveys. Over 3 months, burnout (P=.005) and empathy (P=.04) worsened. The most significant cross-sectional relationship was between stress and emotional exhaustion (time 1 r=0.61, time 2 r=0.68). Resilience was predictive of increased compassionate care and decreased burnout (P<.05). Mindfulness was predictive of decreased burnout (P<.05). Mitigating stress and fostering mindfulness and resilience longitudinally may be key areas of focus for improved wellness in pediatric residents. Larger studies are needed to better develop targeted wellness interventions.
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