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  • Burnout Phenomenon and Its Predictors in Radiology Residents. [Journal Article]
    Acad Radiol 2019Bin Dahmash A, Alorfi FK, … Almoaiqel M
  • CONCLUSIONS: One-fourth of the radiology residents studied showed high rates of burnout, and more than half the residents reported high rates of EE. The residents scored very poorly in the sense of PA. The radiology residents who were satisfied with their work/life balance had lower burnout rates, in addition to lower EE and a higher sense of PA.
  • Disrupting the leukemia niche in the central nervous system attenuates leukemia chemoresistance. [Journal Article]
    Haematologica 2019Jonart LM, Ebadi M, … Gordon PM
  • Protection from acute lymphoblastic leukemia relapse in the central nervous system is crucial to survival and quality of life for leukemia patients. Current central nervous system directed therapies cause significant toxicities and are only partially effective. Moreover, the impact of the central nervous system microenvironment on leukemia biology is poorly understood. Herein, we showed that leuk…
  • Assessing the mental wellbeing of next generation general practitioners: a cross-sectional survey. [Journal Article]
    BJGP Open 2019Lindemann F, Rozsnyai Z, … Streit S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Residents had the lowest mental wellbeing, at a stress level similarly high to that of GPs. They most often indicated not having enough time for a private life and were most at risk of burnout. Improvement suggestions should be implemented to maintain mental health of young and future GPs. Particular attention should be paid to GPs in training, as owing to their reduced mental health, they may benefit most.
  • Surgical versus conservative interventions for treating acromioclavicular dislocation of the shoulder in adults. [Review]
    Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2019; 10:CD007429Tamaoki MJ, Lenza M, … Faloppa F
  • CONCLUSIONS: There is low-quality evidence that surgical treatment has no additional benefits in terms of function, return to former activities, and quality of life at one year compared with conservative treatment. There is, however, low-quality evidence that people treated conservatively had improved function at six weeks compared with surgical management. There is very low-quality evidence of little difference between the two treatments in pain at one year, treatment failure usually resulting in secondary surgery, or patient satisfaction with cosmetic result. Although surgery may result in more people sustaining adverse events, this varied between the trials, being more common in techniques such as K-wire fixation that are rarely used today. There remains a need to consider the balance of risks between the individual outcomes: for example, surgical adverse events, including wound infection or dehiscence and hardware complication, against risk of adverse events that may be more commonly associated with conservative treatment such as persistent symptoms or discomfort, or both.There is a need for sufficiently powered, good-quality, well-reported randomised trials of currently used surgical interventions versus conservative treatment for well-defined injuries.
  • Job Burnout Among Mental Health Staff at a Veterans Affairs Psychosocial Rehabilitation Center. [Journal Article]
    Community Ment Health J 2019Tsai J, Jones N, … Deegan D
  • Mental health providers who serve clients with severe mental illness may be particularly prone to job burnout given the nature of the work. This study examined levels of job burnout among mental health providers who serve clients with severe mental illness. Forty-two mental health staff at a Veterans Affairs psychosocial rehabilitation center completed an online survey that assessed burnout and w…
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