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Physician burnout has a significant impact on the wellness and productivity of physicians as well as patient health outcomes. Managing burnout among frontline workers is critical to Canada's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, in order to support frontline workers and reduce inefficiencies and medical errors frequently linked to burnout, ultimately improving our ability to detect, treat and manage COVID-19 cases. Therefore, this trial aims to assess the effects of an 8-session intervention over 3 months for burnout in physician residents in residency programs in Canada and the United States of America during the COVID-19 pandemic. This trial will provide evidence to inform health system management and public health response early and effectively so as to maintain the integrity of our workforce during and post-pandemic. The virtual delivery platform renders the proposed intervention easily disseminated internationally, in low- middle- and high- income countries and across urban and rural cities.
Description: Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) will be administered to measure overall burnout. The MBI is a 22-item measure of the three dimensions of burnout: emotional exhaustion (EE), depersonalization (DP) and lack of personal accomplishment (PA) on a 7-point Likert scale ranging from 0 to 6. High scores on EE (≥26) or DP (≥9), and low scores on PA (≤34) are indicative of burnout.Measure: Assess and measure overall burnout Time: Change from baseline at month 3 and 6.
Description: Instrument/method of measurement: Stress will be measured using the Perceived Stress Scale, a 10-item scale ranging from 0-4 representing never to very often, with total scores between 0-40.Measure: Assess stress Time: Change from baseline at month 3 and 6.
Description: depression will be measured using a feasible two question approach developed by Spitzer et. al, validated by Whooley et. al.Measure: Assess depression Time: Change from baseline at month 3 and 6.
Description: Instrument/method of measurement: Single item linear analog scale. A score of 5 or less on this scale has known association with poor outcomes across clinical research of burnout.Measure: Assess quality of life Time: Change from baseline at month 3 and 6.
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