3 edition of Physician stress found in the catalog.
Joseph Benton Howell
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Joseph Benton Howell II, David P. Schroeder.|
|Contributions||Schroeder, David P.|
|LC Classifications||R707 .H69 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 232 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||83023326|
Physician stress and burnout can have a significant impact on the quality of care delivered to patients, organizational productivity, morale, and costs. You can take corrective action early by identifying sources of stress and developing interventional approaches that will help your organization reduce burnout and promote the well-being of all. Currently, however, although the physician generally provides the interpretation of the test and finalizes the official stress test report, these tests are generally monitored by ancillary medical personnel, including nurses, exercise physiologists, and other health professionals trained to .
This book highlights why this is an issue of pressing concern and illuminates the underlying causes of physician burnout. Most importantly of all, it points to a solution: the building of deep and respectful partnerships that engage all staff, and particularly doctors, in finding a better way of doing things. The Coming to Our Senses Series: / In this series of four books, Jon updates the material in his book, Coming to Our Senses: Healing Ourselves and the World Through book opens with a brand new foreword. As we have seen over the past decades, if mindfulness was important in , it is infinitely more important now on all levels, personally, societally, and globally.
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EHRs are frequently cited as a major source of stress and physician was supposed to be a revolutionary and easy way to electronically store Physician stress book transmit medical data has instead become a time-consuming burden that divides physicians’ attention during appointments and forces them to spend countless hours at home completing these records.
Dr. Gautam is an internationally known expert and speaker on Physician Health. She has created videos, and authored articles and book chapters on this topic.
She writes a regular column, Helping Hand, in the Medical Post on Physician Health. She has just released a book Irondoc: Practical Stress Management Tools for Physicians/5(3). 12 Traits of the Best Doctor: The Physician Self Help Book How to: Improve The Medicine You Offer, Reduce Your Stress, Better Your Life, Improve Your Success, Better Patient Care Kindle Edition by Dan Purser MD (Author) › Visit Physician stress book Dan Purser MD Page.
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John Wayne Mason, M.D. (–) was an American physiologist and researcher who specialized in the interplay between human emotions and the endocrine system. Mason is regarded as an international leader and theoretician in the field of stress research, where he was one of the field's most prominent voices speaking out against the reigning model of stress promoted by Hans mater: Indiana University.
6 ways to address physician stress during COVID pandemic. Physicians and other health professionals are at heightened risk for COVID, and also at risk of additional stressors. Find out how to address physician well-being during this trying time.
Other variables associated with physician outcomes included age, gender, ethnicity, work hours, work control, inadequate resources, and a lesser emphasis on diversity.
Conclusions: Physician stress is prevalent in primary care; stress and the likelihood of making errors are associated with organizational climate and office environment.
The Physician Litigation Stress Resource Center has compiled a bibliography of articles and recommended books that physicians, dentists and other health care professionals may find useful as they traverse the difficult territory of adverse events, their aftermath, and the litigation that may follow.
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Physician's Survival Guide to Litigation Stress Lafayette, CA. Physician Health Publications, This is a survival manual for physicians who have been sued. A Physician's Guide to COVID Updated Ap This quick-start COVID physician guide, curated from comprehensive CDC, JAMA and WHO resources, will help prepare your practice, address patient concerns and answer your most pressing questions.
It’s high stress, we see disturbing things, and sometimes we make mistakes that can result in harm to patients. The pressure and responsibility can be very hard to handle. These stresses, if unmanaged or poorly managed, can carry severe consequences for physicians.
Studies by the University of California, Santa Barbara, reveal that most participants practicing mindfulness reported improved concentration and reduced mind-wandering, while studies in the Journal of the American Medical Association and the Annals of Family Medicine reported that physicians felt more empathetic and attentive toward patients.
First Do No Self Harm Understanding and Promoting Physician Stress Resilience Charles Figley, Peter Huggard, and Charlotte Rees. Contains essays by physicians from a wide variety of specialties who discuss their personal struggles and triumphs associated with patient care.
Signs of "burnout"; career motivations; family needs and problems; the problems of professional competition; changing roles through medical school, advanced training, and practice; measures for coping with stresses; problems in patient-physician communication; "difficult" patients (dependent-manipulative, hypochondriacal, depressed, dying); entanglements in the patient's family.
An increasing body of literature examines the presence and nature of vicarious traumatization in health professionals. This phenomenon, also known as compassion fatigue and secondary traumatic stress although there appear to be some differences between these three constructs, is increasingly being acknowledged as a possible consequence of witnessing the suffering of others.
Learned Mindfulness: Physician Engagement and M.D. Wellness discusses the original technique of "Learned Mindfulness" developed by Dr. Ninivaggi to combat stress and burnout. In this book, Dr.
Ninivaggi uses his Integrity Mindfulness model as a tool to manage stress, prevent burnout, and broaden quality of life, ultimately promoting well-being.
Specifically, the book has six interrelated objectives that, collectively, would advance the evidence-based understanding of (1) the extent to which physicians experience and suffer from work-related stress; (2) the various manifestations, syndromes, and reaction patterns directly caused by work-related stress; (3) the degree to which.
The Economic Cost of Physician Burnout. The Economic Cost of Physician Burnout | Doctor burnout takes a toll on physicians and patient care, but there is another cost to be accounted for, says Joel Goh. Physician burnout costs the United States health care industry $ billion a year, a number that brings a new spotlight to an age-old problem.
In the Stanford Physician Wellness Survey, sleep-related impairment was the single strongest predictor of burnout and was highly associated with depression in. Gabor Maté CM (born January 6, ) is a Hungarian-born Canadian has a background in family practice and a special interest in childhood development and trauma, and in their potential lifelong impacts on physical and mental health, including on autoimmune disease, cancer, ADHD, addictions, and a wide range of other conditions.
Now retired from clinical practice, he travels and.A stress test checks how your heart works while you’re exercising. The experienced team at Marion Physician Associates, P.A. can detect heart disease, uncover the reason for chest pain, and even determine your risk for heart attack or stroke with an in-office stress test.In this accessible and groundbreaking book--filled with the moving stories of real people--medical doctor and bestselling author Gabor Maté shows that emotion and psychological stress play a powerful role in the onset of chronic illness, including breast cancer, prostate cancer, multiple sclerosis and many others, even Alzheimer's disease/5().