Search Tag: work environment

Executive Health Management

Burnout in U.S. Nurses: Risks and Consequences

2021 14 Feb

A new study looks into the issue of nurse burnout in the U.S. and associated factors, urging healthcare provider organisations to improve their management effort in this area.   You might also like: Resilience: The Airbag for Nurses and Other Healthcare Professions   Burnout is recognised as one of the major problems... Read more

IMAGING Management

Dealing with 'different personalities' in the radiology department

2019 13 Mar

The work environment of a radiologist consists of working closely with medical students, residents, fellows and ancillary staff, in addition to spending long periods of time in a small space with other radiologists. It is therefore necessary for radiologists to work well together or as a team.  It's worth noting that teams are more about personality... Read more

Executive Health Management

Nursing Excellence Key to Higher Patient Ratings of Care

2015 18 Oct

A new study conducted by  Dr. Witkoski-Stimpfel at NYUCN and the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing's Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research and published in Health Services Research shows that Magnet hospitals that are nationally accredited for nursing excellence have higher patient ratings of care than other hospitals.  In order... Read more

Executive Health Management

Sexism in Surgery

2015 06 Oct

Clare Marx, the first female president of the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) believes that significant gender inequality exists in surgery. However, she pointed out that this culture is changing and the change is reflected in the growing number of women entering the field of medicine.  Ms. Marx pointed out that one cannot change a culture by telling... Read more