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Culture Caring and Compassion

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Trzeciak S, Roberts BW, Mazzarelli AJ. Compassionomics: Hypothesis and experimental approach. Med Hypotheses. 2017 Sep;107:92-97.

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Physicians Are More Burned Out Than Ever—Here’s What Can Be Done About It - JAMA - 23 February 2023

Is It Burnout or Depression? Expanding Efforts to Improve Physician Well-Being - NEJM - 29 October 2022

Methodology for a Mental Health Plan for Health Care Workers - -NEJM Catalyst - 19 October 2022

Worsening general health and psychosocial wellbeing of Australian hospital allied health practitioners during the COVID-19 pandemic - Australian Health Review - 30 September 2022

Expanding Moral Injury. Why Resilience Training Won’t Fix It - JAMA - 27 September 2022

Associations of physician burnout with career engagement and quality of patient care: systematic review and meta-analysis - BMJ - 14 September 2022

Editorial. Physician burnout undermines safe healthcare - BMJ - 14 September 2022

Australia needs to implement a national health strategy for doctors - Medical Journal of Australia - 7 September 2022

Confronting Health Worker Burnout and Well-Being - NEJM - 18 August 2022

Building Workforce Resilience at the Individual and Organizational Levels - NEJM Catalyst - 20 July 2022

Addressing Well-being Throughout the Health Care Workforce. The Next Imperative - JAMA - 18 July 2022

Confronting Health Worker Burnout and Well-Being - NEJM - 13 July 2022

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of hospital staff: An umbrella review of 44 meta-analyses - International Journal of Nursing Studies - July 2022

Association between workplace and mental health and its mechanisms during COVID-19 pandemic: A cross-sectional, population-based, multi-country study - Journal of Affective Disorders - August 2022

Thriving in Residency: a Qualitative Study - Journal of General Internal Medicine - 16 June 2022

Wellbeing and Burnout in Residency - Journal of General Internal Medicine - 23 May 2022

Structural determinants of health workforce burnout - Healthcare Management Forum - 22 May 2022

Leaders supporting leaders: Leaders’ role in building resilience and psychologically healthy workplaces during the pandemic and beyond - Healthcare Management Forum - 21 May 2022

Caring for caregivers: Supporting the psychological health and well-being of healthcare workers - Healthcare Management Forum - 21 May 2022

Mental health outcomes and risk factors among female physicians during the COVID-19 pandemic - Heliyon - May 2022

Creating a culture of safety and respect through professional accountability: case study of the Ethos program across eight Australian hospitals - Australian Health Review - 12 May 2022

A Learning Health System Agenda for Organizational Approaches to Enhancing Occupational Well-being Among Clinicians - JAMA - 12 May 2022

Resident Physician Wellness Postpandemic. How Does Healing Occur? - JAMA - 12 May 2022

Adding a dose of empathy to healthcare: What can healthcare systems do? - Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice - 25 February 2022

West THR, Daher P, Dawson JF, Lyubovnikova J, Buttigieg SC, West MA. The relationship between leader support, staff influence over decision making, work pressure and patient satisfaction: a cross-sectional analysis of NHS datasets in England. BMJ Open. 2022 Feb 1;12(2):e052778. 

Validation of a 5-Item Tool to Measure Patient Assessment of Clinician Compassion in Hospitals - Journal of General Internal Medicine - 9 April 2021

Sinclair S, Hack TF, Raffin-Bouchal S, McClement S, Stajduhar K, Singh P, Hagen NA, Sinnarajah A, Chochinov HM. What are healthcare providers' understandings and experiences of compassion? The healthcare compassion model: a grounded theory study of healthcare providers in Canada. BMJ Open. 2018 Mar 14;8(3):e019701.