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Wellbeing, burnout, and safe practice among healthcare professionals: predictive influences of mindfulness, values, and self-compassion.

Prudenzi A, C DG, Flaxman PE, et al. Wellbeing, burnout, and safe practice among healthcare professionals: predictive influences of mindfulness, values, and self-compassion. Psychol Health Med. 2022;27(5):1130-1143. doi: 10.1080/13548506.2021.1898651

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June 8, 2022
Prudenzi A, D. Graham C, Flaxman PE, et al. Psychol Health Med. 2022;27(5):1130-1143.

Previous research has found that mindfulness interventions can reduce stress and burnout among physicians. This survey of 98 healthcare workers within the UK National Health Service (NHS) explored the relationship between poor wellbeing, burnout and perceived safe practice and identified a positive relationship between mindfulness processes and perceived safe practices.

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Prudenzi A, C DG, Flaxman PE, et al. Wellbeing, burnout, and safe practice among healthcare professionals: predictive influences of mindfulness, values, and self-compassion. Psychol Health Med. 2022;27(5):1130-1143. doi: 10.1080/13548506.2021.1898651