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(Person Environment Occupational Performance model)
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  • Occupational problems and barriers reported by individuals with obesity. [Journal Article]
  • SJScand J Occup Ther 2017 Jan 19; :1-9
  • Nossum R, Johansen AE, Kjeken I
  • CONCLUSIONS: Persons with obesity struggle with a large variety of occupational performance problems, which occur in the dynamic relationship between these individuals, their environment and their occupation. Occupational therapists have the skills to take more active role in helping persons with obesity to perform valued occupations and establish healthier everyday routines.
  • Intraoperative Noise Increases Perceived Task Load and Fatigue in Anesthesiology Residents: A Simulation-Based Study. [Randomized Controlled Trial]
  • A&AAnesth Analg 2016; 122(2):512-25
  • McNeer RR, Bennett CL, Dudaryk R
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study provides evidence that noise during surgery can increase feelings of stress, as measured by perceived task load and fatigue levels, in anesthesiologists and adds to the growing literature pointing to an overall adverse impact of clinical noise on caregivers and patient safety. The psychometric model proposed in this study for assessing perceived stress is plausible based on factor analysis and will be useful for characterizing the impact of the clinical environment on subject stress levels in future investigations.
  • Physician Assistant Job Satisfaction: A Narrative Review of Empirical Research. [Review]
  • JPJ Physician Assist Educ 2015; 26(4):176-86
  • Hooker RS, Kuilman L, Everett CM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Employers may want to examine their relationships with PAs periodically. The factors of job satisfaction may assist policymakers and health administrators in creating welcoming professional employment environments. The main limitation: no study comprehensively evaluated all the antecedents of job satisfaction. PAs seem to experience job satisfaction supported by low attrition rates and competitive wages. Contributing factors are autonomy, experienced responsibility, pay, and supportive supervising physician. A number of intrinsic rewards derived from the performance of the job within the social environment, along with extrinsic rewards, may contribute to overall job satisfaction. PA job satisfaction research is underdeveloped; investigations should include longitudinal studies, cohort analyses, and economic determinants.
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