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This study examines follow-up visit data from the all-male Normative Aging Study to assess the association of environmental exposures with changes in intraocular pressure among older men.
This study maps spaceflight-induced intracranial extracellular free water (FW) shifts and evaluates changes in brain white matter diffusion measures in astronauts following spaceflight.
This Viewpoint discusses the insight that can be gained into cerebrospinal fluid flow dynamics from the study of hydrocephalus associated with long-term spaceflight.
In this Medical News & Perspectives article, experts discuss how physicians deal with increasing black lung disease cases among Appalachian miners, many at younger ages than in the past.
This Viewpoint discusses the barriers to physicians’ seeking treatment for depression, burnout, and suicide ideation; reviews the pros and cons of establishing a mental health screening protocol for physicans; and calls for research on the effect screening has on mental health outcomes.
This randomized clinical trial compares the effects of a multimodal program involving education and role-play in simulated patient care sequences vs no intervention on work-related stress and work-related outcomes among nurses working at adult intensive care units (ICUs) in France.
This cohort study examines the proportion of injured workers’ compensation claimants who filled an opioid prescription beyond 90 days from their time of injury and the factors associated with persistent opioid use.
This systematic review assesses how burnout among practicing physicians has been defined in the published medical literature and estimates its prevalence by definitions, assessment methods, and study quality.
This national survey study investigates changes in the proportion of hospitals requiring health care personnel to receive annual influenza vaccinations in 2013 and 2017 and compares the change among Veterans Affairs and non–Veterans Affairs hospitals.
This Viewpoint discusses how workplace lifestyle and health monitoring interventions can discourage and disengage employees when health measures fail to show positive change, and proposes that organizations develop coaching and psychological strategies to motivate employees who grow discouraged from an absence of clear change through their sense of failure.
This essay examines some of the ways that women clinicians face discrimination in the workplace.
This systematic review and meta-analysis estimates the prevalence of disabling work-related musculoskeletal disorders among at-risk physicians and to evaluate the scope of preventive efforts.
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