Resident Wellness: Institutional Trends Over 10 Years Since 2003

Contributed by: Stephen Murray, PharmD, MBA

Research Summary | May 30, 2018

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Key Messages

  • Burnout and career dissatisfaction among residents and fellow trainees has been evident for many years leading to the development of both personal and institutional interventions to prevent and promote wellness and resilience.

The following is a summary of Resident Wellness: Institutional Trends Over 10 Years Since 2003. Choi D, Cedfeldt A, Flores C, et al. Adv Med Educ Pract. 2017:26;8:513-523. Background Several studies have reported that more than three quarters of residents meet criteria for burnout and have expressed dissatisfaction in their career. There is need for…

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