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Monday, December 5, 2016

Organization-Level Interventions Best for Reducing Burnout

The findings add to the growing body of literature suggesting targeted interventions can reduce physician burnout and support the view that physician burnout is an organization problem requiring an organizational solution. In an earlier meta-analysis reported by Medscape Medical News, organizational interventions (those that address physicians' workloads, schedules, supervision, and job control, for example) showed a larger benefit with respect to overall burnout than individual-focused interventions. That said, the review showed no differences between organization- and physician-level interventions when it came to the individual components of burnout.


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