Psychology & Psychiatry

Toxic workplaces increase risk of depression by 300%

A year-long Australian population study has found that full time workers employed by organizations that fail to prioritize their employees' mental health have a threefold increased risk of being diagnosed with depression.

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Burnout rates double for cardiology clinicians amid COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has upended nearly every aspect of everyday life and continues to have devastating effects worldwide. It has also taken a significant toll on cardiovascular clinicians, many of whom provide direct ...

Cardiology

Working long hours may increase odds of second heart attack

Among patients who return to work after a heart attack, those who work more than 55 hours per week, compared to those working an average full-time job of 35-40 hours a week, increase their odds of having a second heart attack ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Resident wellness program lowers burnout risks for urology trainees

With heavy workloads and high professional and personal demands, medical residents in training - and those in urology residency programsā€”face a high risk of burnout. At one urology department, a wellness program designed ...

Cardiology

Nurse work environment influences stroke outcomes

Stroke remains a leading cause of death worldwide and one of the most common reasons for disability. While a wide variety of factors influence stroke outcomes, data show that avoiding readmissions and long lengths of stay ...

Health

Violence at work tends to increase after staff reductions

When employers cut down on staff, more incidents of violence are reported to the Swedish Work Environment Authority, according to research. Violence often occurs at workplaces where clients are in need of help and support.

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