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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/30087871/the-perceptions-of-physicians-and-nurses-regarding-the-establishment-of-patient-safety-in-a-regional-teaching-hospital-in-taiwan
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Chih-Hsuan Huang, Hsin-Hung Wu, Cindy Yunhsin Chou, Huayong Dai, Yii-Ching Lee
Background: Physicians and nurses are core staff who are the first points of contact in care provision to patients. We aimed to examine physicians' and nurses' perceptions of patient safety in a case hospital by administering the Chinese Safety Attitude Questionnaire (CSAQ), developed from the Taiwan Joint Commission on Hospital Accreditation, in order to provide the patients with a safe environment and excellent medical service. Methods: An intra-organizational online survey was conducted...
June 2018: Iranian Journal of Public Health
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29906320/linking-interprofessional-work-to-outcomes-for-employees-a-meta-analysis
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Sabine Kaiser, Joshua Patras, Monica Martinussen
The aim of this meta-analysis of studies of workers in the health and social care sector was to examine the relationship between interprofessional work and employee outcomes of job stress, autonomy, burnout, engagement, job satisfaction, turnover intention, and perceived service quality, and to examine the influence of different moderators on those relationships. A systematic literature search of the PsycInfo, Embase, Medline, and the Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature databases was conducted to identify relevant articles...
June 2018: Research in Nursing & Health
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29870487/mission-critical-nursing-leadership-support-for-compassion-to-sustain-staff-well-being
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Beth A Lown
Compassion, the foundation of Nursing, is a source of both healing for those who suffer and of purpose and meaning for those who seek to heal others. Increasingly, however, the fast pace and volume of care and documentation requirements diminish time with patients and families and hinder the enactment of compassion. These issues and other aspects of the work environment decrease the satisfaction and well-being of professional caregivers and are contributing to a rising tide of burnout. Research suggests that employee engagement emerges from their satisfaction and well-being; however, it is difficult for an individual to engage when she or he feels depleted and unsupported...
July 2018: Nursing Administration Quarterly
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29806729/the-golden-ticket-project-for-peer-recognition
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Valerie Gribben, Alyssa Bogetz, Laura Bachrach, Rebecca Blankenburg
BACKGROUND: A supportive working environment can be protective against burnout in residency training. To help foster a positive culture, we developed the 'Golden Ticket Project' (GTP) and evaluated it as a tool for peer appreciation. METHODS: In October 2013-July 2014, all paediatric residents (n = 83) at a paediatric residency programme were invited to participate in the GTP. Through an electronic form, residents could award a co-resident with a 'Golden Ticket' for any behaviour that they were grateful for...
May 28, 2018: Clinical Teacher
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29779828/followership-a-review-of-the-literature-in-healthcare-and-beyond
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Caleb Leung, Amanda Lucas, Peter Brindley, Shellie Anderson, Jason Park, Ashley Vergis, Lawrence M Gillman
INTRODUCTION: Research in healthcare leadership has focused on leaders. In contrast, organizational success may be more influenced by followers. Kelley described five followership styles based on two characteristics: active engagement and independent critical thinking. We examined the literature on the association between followership style and workplace outcomes. METHODS: Articles from MEDLINE, CINAHL, and EMBASE were searched. Given the paucity of studies, we expanded our search to non-healthcare databases...
August 2018: Journal of Critical Care
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29777659/adopting-the-quadruple-aim-the-university-of-rochester-medical-center-experience-moving-from-physician-burnout-to-physician-resilience
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Allen P Anandarajah, Timothy E Quill, Michael R Privitera
BACKGROUND: The high rates of burnout among medical professionals in the United States are well documented. The reasons for burnout and the factors that contribute to physician resilience among health care providers in academic centers, however, are less well studied. METHODS: Health care providers at a large academic center were surveyed to measure their degree of burnout and callousness and identify associated factors. Additional questions evaluated features linked to resilience...
May 16, 2018: American Journal of Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29731948/job-demands-burnout-and-teamwork-in-healthcare-professionals-working-in-a-general-hospital-that-was-analysed-at-two-points-in-time
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Dragan Mijakoski, Jovanka Karadzhinska-Bislimovska, Sasho Stoleski, Jordan Minov, Aneta Atanasovska, Elida Bihorac
AIM: The purpose of the paper was to assess job demands, burnout, and teamwork in healthcare professionals (HPs) working in a general hospital that was analysed at two points in time with a time lag of three years. METHODS: Time 1 respondents (N = 325) were HPs who participated during the first wave of data collection (2011). Time 2 respondents (N = 197) were HPs from the same hospital who responded at Time 2 (2014). Job demands, burnout, and teamwork were measured with Hospital Experience Scale, Maslach Burnout Inventory, and Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture, respectively...
April 15, 2018: Open Access Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29607099/building-a-safety-culture-in-global-health-lessons-from-guatemala
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Henry E Rice, Randall Lou-Meda, Anthony T Saxton, Bria E Johnston, Carla C Ramirez, Sindy Mendez, Eli N Rice, Bernardo Aidar, Brad Taicher, Joy Noel Baumgartner, Judy Milne, Allan S Frankel, J Bryan Sexton
Programmes to modify the safety culture have led to lasting improvements in patient safety and quality of care in high-income settings around the world, although their use in low-income and middle-income countries (LMICs) has been limited. This analysis explores (1) how to measure the safety culture using a health culture survey in an LMIC and (2) how to use survey data to develop targeted safety initiatives using a paediatric nephrology unit in Guatemala as a field test case. We used the Safety, Communication, Operational Reliability, and Engagement survey to assess staff views towards 13 health climate and engagement domains...
2018: BMJ Global Health
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29461135/teamwork-and-adherence-to-recommendations-explain-the-effect-of-a-care-pathway-on-reduced-30-day-readmission-for-patients-with-a-copd-exacerbation
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Deborah Seys, Luk Bruyneel, Walter Sermeus, Cathy Lodewijckx, Marc Decramer, Svin Deneckere, Massimiliano Panella, Kris Vanhaecht
This study aimed to increase our understanding of processes that underlie the effect of care pathway implementation on reduced 30-day readmission rate. Adherence to evidence-based recommendations, teamwork and burnout have previously been identified as potential mechanisms in this association. We conducted a secondary data analysis of 257 patients admitted with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease exacerbation and 284 team members caring for these patients in 19 Belgian, Italian and Portuguese hospitals. Clinical measures included 30-day readmission and adherence to a specific set of five care activities...
April 2018: COPD
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29336332/-fatigue-syndrome-stress-burnout-and-depression-in-urology
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Moisés Rodríguez-Socarrás, Juan Luis Vasquez, Pieter Uvin, Pernille Skjold-Kingo, Juan Gómez Rivas
OBJECTIVE: To determine the factors related to stress, Burnout and depression in urology, as well as consequences in residents and urologists, in addition to the possible applicable strategies to diminish and treat them. ACQUISITION OF THE EVIDENCE: Depression, stress and Burnout syndrome has become a problem in urology specialty. These topics have gained interest in international congresses and urological associations. Efforts are being made to find related factors as well as possible strategies and applicable support programs...
January 2018: Archivos Españoles de Urología
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28802338/context-in-quality-of-care-improving-teamwork-and-resilience
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Daniel S Tawfik, John Bryan Sexton, Kathryn C Adair, Heather C Kaplan, Jochen Profit
Quality improvement in health care is an ongoing challenge. Consideration of the context of the health care system is of paramount importance. Staff resilience and teamwork climate are key aspects of context that drive quality. Teamwork climate is dynamic, with well-established tools available to improve teamwork for specific tasks or global applications. Similarly, burnout and resilience can be modified with interventions such as cultivating gratitude, positivity, and awe. A growing body of literature has shown that teamwork and burnout relate to quality of care, with improved teamwork and decreased burnout expected to produce improved patient quality and safety...
September 2017: Clinics in Perinatology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28711885/-factors-associated-with-job-satisfaction-of-human-resources-in-healthcare
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Тетяна А Вежновець, Валентин Д Парій, Іван І Вишнивецький, Максим В Москаленко
INTRODUCTION: Healthcare employee satisfaction is an important criterion for the efficiency of human resource management and prognostic impact factor for high turnover of staff. Furthermore, job satisfaction positively affects patient satisfaction, which is an important indicator for quality of care. AIM: The goal of our study was to identify factors associated with job satisfaction in healthcare organizations in Ukraine. MATERIALS AND METHODS: We conducted sociological and psychological survey of 190 healthcare professionals (81% response rate) in Kherson City Hospital...
2017: Wiadomości Lekarskie: Organ Polskiego Towarzystwa Lekarskiego
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28292815/predictors-of-job-satisfaction-among-academic-family-medicine-faculty-findings-from-a-faculty-work-life-and-leadership-survey
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Paul Krueger, David White, Christopher Meaney, Jeffrey Kwong, Viola Antao, Florence Kim
OBJECTIVE: To identify predictors of job satisfaction among academic family medicine faculty members. DESIGN: A comprehensive Web-based survey of all faculty members in an academic department of family medicine. Bivariate and multivariable analyses (logistic regression) were used to identify variables associated with job satisfaction. SETTING: The Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto in Ontario and its 15 affiliated community teaching hospitals and community-based teaching practices...
March 2017: Canadian Family Physician Médecin de Famille Canadien
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27893517/ready-for-change-the-role-of-physician-and-staff-engagement-burnout-and-workplace-attributes
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Dorothy Hung, Po-Han Chen
We examined factors associated with change readiness among 343 primary care physicians and 590 nonphysician staff undergoing "Lean"-based process improvements. Baseline levels of engagement were associated with greater readiness for change across all measured domains. Job-related burnout correlated with greater need for change, but lower self-efficacy and perceived support, whereas a personal sense of accomplishment was associated with higher efficacy to implement changes. At a department level, teamwork, participation in decision making, and change history were associated with higher engagement and lower burnout among physicians and staff; conversely, a busy or stressful department correlated with lower engagement and higher burnout...
April 2017: Journal of Ambulatory Care Management
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27849404/framework-development-for-the-assessment-of-interprofessional-teamwork-in-mental-health-settings
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Ryoko Tomizawa, Masahiro Shigeta, Scott Reeves
In mental health settings, interprofessional practice is regarded as a comprehensive approach to prevent relapse and manage chronic conditions with practice of various teamwork interventions. To reinforce the potential of interprofessional teamwork, it is recommended that theories or conceptual frameworks be employed. There continues, however, to be a limited use of such approaches that assess the quality of interprofessional teamwork in mental health settings. This article aimed to present a new conceptual framework for the assessment of interprofessional teamwork based on the findings of a scoping review of the literature...
January 2017: Journal of Interprofessional Care
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27828789/improving-teamwork-and-resiliency-of-burn-center-nurses-through-a-standardized-staff-development-program
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Mollie F Christiansen, Andrew Wallace, John M Newton, Nicole Caldwell, Elizabeth A Mann-Salinas
For many acute care nursing units, such as the Burn Progressive Care Unit (BPCU) at the U.S. Army Burn center, staff stress and burnout is always a concern for leaders. Job stress not only contributes to nursing turnover, but can have a negative impact on patient care. The purpose of this project was to develop a training platform for nursing staff education and teambuilding with the intent of improving nurse satisfaction, increasing resiliency, building unit cohesion, enhancing morale, and increasing staff awareness of unit performance...
July 2017: Journal of Burn Care & Research: Official Publication of the American Burn Association
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27473661/which-skills-boost-service-provider-confidence-when-managing-people-presenting-with-psychiatric-emergencies
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Daniel Poremski, Xin Ya Lim, Ganesh Kunjithapatham, Doris Koh, Mark Alexander, Lee Cheng
The way service seekers interact with the staff at emergency services has been shown to influence the standard of care, especially in the case of certain psychiatric manifestations. Staff reactions to psychiatric complaints have been linked to their comfort dealing with these types of service users as well as their competencies understanding the illness. It is therefore vital to understand which skills increase confidence in treating psychiatric emergencies. Twenty-six open-ended convergent interviews were conducted with staff working in a psychiatric emergency department...
December 2016: International Journal of Mental Health Nursing
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27294637/the-influence-of-factors-of-work-environment-and-burnout-syndrome-on-self-efficacy-of-medical-staff
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Iwona Nowakowska, Renata Rasińska, Maria Danuta Głowacka
INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVE: Conditions of a healthy, friendly and safe work environment and proper work organisation increase self-efficacy and decrease or eliminate the factors causing the occurrence of burnout symptoms, all of which have a decisive impact on increasing the quality of work. The aim of the study was to analyse and assess the influence of factors of work environment and burnout syndrome on the self-efficacy of medical staff. MATERIAL AND METHODS: The study comprised randomly selected professionally-active nurses working on hospital wards (N=405) on the area of two provinces in Poland...
June 2, 2016: Annals of Agricultural and Environmental Medicine: AAEM
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27275218/work-demands-burnout-and-job-engagement-job-satisfaction-relationships-teamwork-as-a-mediator-and-moderator
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Dragan Mijakoski, Jovanka Karadzinska-Bislimovska, Vera Basarovska, Jordan Minov, Sasho Stoleski, Nada Angeleska, Aneta Atanasovska
BACKGROUND: Few studies have examined teamwork as mediator and moderator of work demands-burnout and job engagement-job satisfaction relationships in healthcare workers (HCWs) in South-East Europe. AIM: To assess mediation and moderation effect of teamwork on the relationship between independent (work demands or job engagement) and dependent (burnout or job satisfaction) variables. METHODS: Work demands, burnout, job engagement, and job satisfaction were measured with Hospital Experience Scale, Maslach Burnout Inventory, Utrecht Work Engagement Scale, and Job Satisfaction Survey, respectively...
March 15, 2015: Open Access Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27221565/-positive-and-negative-perceptions-at-work-qualitative-study-with-physicians-in-a-teaching-hospital
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Richard Pougnet, Laurence Pougnet, Brice Loddé, Jean-Dominique Dewitte
INTRODUCTION: Doctors see the suffering of patients and their families; their working conditions are often difficult. High prevalence of occupational diseases are shown in medical literature, especially burnout. Some risk factors are shown depending upon medical specialties and workplace, especially in hospital. The purpose of this article was to qualify these factors by qualitative research, according to hospital doctors' point of view. METHODS: It was a study with interviews...
July 2016: La Presse Médicale
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