This dissertation addressed three specific aims, (1) the impact of an organizational change on the experience of burnout for primary care physicians, (2) the fit of a model for burnout in the primary care setting, and (3) modeling the trajectory of the three dimensions of burnout. The research was conducted with primary care physicians employed by a large integrated delivery system in the upper midwest United States, by observing a natural experiment occurring in the owned primary care practices.
University of Minnesota Ph.D. dissertation. December 2012. Major: Health Services Research, Policy and Administration. Advisor: Douglas Wholey. 1 computer file (PDF); iii, 102 pages, appendix p. 92-102.
Gregory, Sean Thomas.
The experience of burnout among primary care physicians.
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