When resiliency is not enough: Addressing the structure of a residency program and its contribution to pharmacy resident burnout.

Title

When resiliency is not enough: Addressing the structure of a residency program and its contribution to pharmacy resident burnout.

Creator

Arendt DD; Boyle JA

Publisher

American Journal Of Health-system Pharmacy

Date

2021
2021-05-24

Description

While burnout has been identified as a risk for healthcare practitioners for decades, conversations related to addressing well-being and resilience have ramped up significantly since the establishment of the National Academy of Medicine Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience in 2017.1 Within several pharmacy practice settings, low rates of professional fulfillment and high rates of burnout have been documented.2 In the 2019 National Pharmacist Workforce Study, only 48.8% of 1,207 hospital pharmacists reported that their work was satisfying, and 22.9% reported emotional exhaustion at work.2 A 2018 survey showed that 53.2% of health-system pharmacists reported a high degree of burnout within at least one subscale of the Maslach Burnout Inventory – Human Services Survey (MBI-HSS).3 These issues of burnout are not just seen after residency graduation. A 2017 survey of pharmacy residents in Tennessee revealed that 38% of respondents experienced depression, and 22% experienced suicidal...

Format

Journal Article

NEOMED College

NEOMED College of Medicine

NEOMED Department

Department of Pharmacy Practice

Update Year & Number

Jan to Aug list 2021

Citation

Arendt DD; Boyle JA, “When resiliency is not enough: Addressing the structure of a residency program and its contribution to pharmacy resident burnout.,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed July 25, 2024, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/11920.