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The attitude and coping strategies toward burnout among residents and fellows in different training programs in king abdulaziz medical city in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

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Rami Ghazi Ahmad, Amal Y. Alhazmi, Alaa A. Alesa and Aisha E. Yaghmour
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Background: Training physicians usually face a great amount of stress. Their jobs are demanding and have intense work requirements with a little rest. The aim of this study to investigate the prevalence, attitude, and coping strategies toward burnout among residents and fellows in different training programs in king Abdulaziz medical city in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted among 140 residents and fellows in different training programs in King Abdulaziz Medical Cityin Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. A self-administered questionnaire was used that includes questions about demographic data, psychiatric history, Risk factors of burnout. Maslach Burnout Inventory scale was used to assess the burnout level and a brief coping scale was used to measure different coping strategies. Questions about Da’em service, a program held by Saudi Commission for Health Specialties were included as well. Results: 62.1% of participants were males with age ranging from 25 to 28. The level of burnout according to the MBI scale showed emotional exhaustion was high in 48.6% of participants, 28.6% exhibited high depersonalization and 78.6% with low personal accomplishment. Religion was the most common approaching strategy while self-distraction was the most common avoidant strategy. Most of the Brief Coping domains were significantly correlated with the MBI scale. Da’em service was found to be helpful only in 19.5% of participants. Conclusion: Burnout prevalence was high among trainees. Despite having a well structured supporting program, most of the participants showed poor appreciation or understanding to the services provided.

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