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One in five girls in upper secondary school suffers from school burnout

The transition from basic education to upper secondary school is a challenge for many young people. According to a study of school burnout at different stages of school and higher education, upper secondary school is a particularly challenging stage for many young people. Success-oriented female u...

Job Burnout May Make People More Prone to Developing Diabetes

An Israeli study suggests that people who suffer from job burnout may be prone to developing a form of diabetes.// The research, apparently the first of its kind, doesn’t definitively confirm a link between workplace stress and diabetes. But it does suggest that burnout could boost the risk o...

Sexes differ in response to burnout on the job and depression

A recent study that has been conducted to understand how the sexes differ in stress management reveals that men and women differ in their inflammatory reactions to work-related burnout and depression.// With this in mind, different strategies would have to be devised to enable stress management in ...

'Spirituality and Medicine: Can the Two Walk Together?'

...bout the spiritual aspects of medicine in major world religions. Concepts of faith and prayer are presented and research on their effects is explored. burnout and abuse in the healing professions is discussed, and the book concludes with a discussion of the soul from scientific and theological perspectives. ...

Health clinic conditions may be to blame for decrease in primary care physicians

...orable work conditions are associated with stress, burnout and intent to leave for primary care physicians," ...izational culture, physician satisfaction, stress, burnout and intent to leave practice. More than half of...ated with low physician satisfaction, high stress, burnout and intent to leave. Some work conditions also we...

Group Health Cooperative Shows Investing in More Primary Care Pays for Itself

...well beyond the first year," said Michael Erikson, vice president for primary care administration. "We believe the reduction we saw in our care teams' burnout will result in less turnover and recruitment costs for physicians and other clinical staff -- perhaps up to $2 million dollars a year, across all recr...

Group Health Cooperative shows investing in more primary care pays for itself

...well beyond the first year," said Michael Erikson, vice president for primary care administration. "We believe the reduction we saw in our care teams' burnout will result in less turnover and recruitment costs for physicians and other clinical staffperhaps up to $2 million dollars a year, across all recruiti...

How to turn conflict into collaboration when patients and physicians disagree

... family therapist A recent study found that primary care physicians who experience a high number of difficult encounters are more likely to report burnout and providing suboptimal care. "By developing a broader range of skills to deal with conflicts, physicians can focus on what really matters -- prov...

Public Health Laboratories To Assume Primary Responsibility for Confirmatory Testing of Swine Flu

...tive Director Scott Becker. "The economic downturn has really taken a toll on state and local health departments. I am seriously concerned about staff burnout if this outbreak continues more than a couple of months." Results of a first quarter 2009 APHL survey indicate that the public health laboratory ...

New Nonprofit Health Consulting Firm Charts Course With Integrated Mind/Body Approaches

... Efforts help organizations where employees are at greatest risk for burnout LOS ANGELES, April 23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Grounded in the belie...n social-service organizations whose staffs are at especially high risk for burnout and vicarious trauma. For example, these organizations may include staff th...
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Burnout in Biological News

What comes first…the chicken, the egg, or the bad attitude?

...tern is for the hen to lose some body weight to support egg production. "The trouble with this is that these 'martyr birds' may eventually suffer from burnout when they don't balance their own needs well enough," Dr. Renema said. Discovery of the exceptional "super-mom" birds that don't fit the textbook n...
Burnout in Biological Technology

Roche Announces Long-Term Commitment to Tackle Growing Epidemic of Diabetes

... said Roche Diabetes Care Medical Director Dr. Andreas Stuhr. "Our Behavior Change program helps healthcare professionals address things like diabetes burnout and other psychological barriers to effective self-care. In addition, we have devised unique and powerful tools to help patients discover that change ...

IT workforce development: A little workforce planning goes a long way

...ing children and caring for aging parents. They might be working a lot of hours, feeling burned out, and longing for a career change. Their mid-career burnout might be an opportunity to re-ignite their passions and retool them into much-needed technologists, especially in good-paying positions where they can...
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