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JMT / AHRQ News now 24/07/2019
Clinicians With High Trust in Their Practice Are More Satisfied, Feel Less Stress and Are More Likely To Stay
Survey responses from 165 clinicians at 34 Midwest and East Coast primary care practices showed that clinicians with improved or stable high trust in their organizations reported higher satisfaction and less stress, and were less likely to think about leaving the practice compared with clinicians whose trust declined or remained low.
Trust was higher in practices that, among other qualities, offered workload control, had cultures that encouraged cohesiveness, and emphasized quality versus productivity. Researchers also found that female clinicians were less likely than males to express a high level of trust in their organizations.
The researchers concluded that trust can be improved and may lead to lower burnout rates, better patient outcomes and less turnover. Access the abstract of the study published in JAMA Network Open. [www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov