Burnout in emergency department healthcare professionals is associated with coping style (Canada)
posted by WM Admin on 26 February 2015
The authors "... examined the relationship between coping styles and burnout in emergency physicians, nurses and support staff at seven small, medium and large emergency departments (ED) in a Canadian health region".
They found that "... specific coping styles are associated with varied risk of burnout in ED staff across several different types of hospitals in a regional network. Coping style intervention may reduce burnout, while leading to improvement in staff well-being and patient outcomes".
To read the full abstract, and for information on how to access the full text, go to: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/emermed-2014-203750 or contact your DHB library, or organisational or local library for assistance.
Howlett, M., et al. (2015). Burnout in emergency department healthcare professionals is associated with coping style: A cross-sectional survey. Emergency Medicine Journal, 20 January [Epub before print]