THE BURNOUT AMONG EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS: EVIDENCE FROM RUSSIA (SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY)статья

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[1] The burnout among emergency physicians: Evidence from russia (sociological study) / A. V. Liadova, E. D. Korkiya, A. K. Mamedov, N. A. Panich // Man in India. — 2017. — Vol. 97, no. 15. — P. 495–507. The article deals with the prevalence of burnout among emergency physicians. The cross sectional study was done with the self-administrated questionnaire in 50 physicians who provide emergency care service for 24 hours a day in emergency trauma aid department in one of the central public clinics in Moscow, Russia. Maslach Burnout Inventory-Human Services Survey (MBI-HSS) was applied to measure burnout. The physicians under study were in-depth interviewed additionally. The questions concerned the conflicts (personal and workplace), their causes, work satisfaction, opportunities for professional progress, ways to compensate occupational stress. The respondents’ answers were scored and correlated to each other. Collectively, the findings of this survey indicate that all emergency doctors under study experienced burnout but in various episodes: 78% – in the form of emotional exhaustion (the first stage of burnout), 70% of them are under the risk of its prevalence, and, at least, 10% demonstrate an alarming level of the syndrome. Burnout is highly prevalent among Russian physicians who provide emergency care service for 24 hours a day and are occupied in emergency department,which correlates with the data in research literature. It was revealed that work stressors (night shift, “difficult” patients, urgency, job management) are the most prominent burnout factors. Financing was also identified as a specific factor of the Russian socioeconomic context.

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