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A National Study of Burnout and Spiritual Health in UK General Practitioners During the COVID-19 Pandemic

posted on 2022-08-03, 13:27 authored by Ishbel WhiteheadIshbel Whitehead, Barbara Hanratty, Suzanne Moffatt, Carol. Jagger

This is a large (1318 participants) survey of UK General Practitioners during the Covid-19 pandemic via online survey, April/May 2021. This measured Maslach Burnout Inventory Scores and FACIT-Sp-NI scores (a burnout score, and a spiritual health score) as well as gathering data on gender as GMC, ethnicity, religion, number of sessions per week worked, length of service, area of service, and area of training.


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