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Previous research suggests that health care providers working with issues of death and dying may experience increased stress and risk of burnout. Despite previous research on the problem of burnout faced by palliative care providers, there have been few interventions studied to prevent further burnout. Research does support allowing time away from a stressful health care environment to promote wellness and to decrease burnout. This pilot study ensured that each palliative care advanced practice provider received an 8-hour day monthly to work on professional development activities remotely. The Professional Quality of Life Scale was completed before and after the addition of the professional development day to measure satisfaction, burnout, and secondary trauma impact. Qualitative feedback was also collected. Results indicated that this intervention decreased burnout, improved compassion satisfaction, and decreased secondary trauma for this team. Recommendations are to further investigate methods to further reduce burnout for this population of health care providers. Results from this pilot study demonstrate that professional development days should be expanded for those providers who are at a high risk for burnout in the hospital setting.
Previous research suggests that health care providers working with issues of death and dying may experience increased stress and risk of burnout. Despite previous research on the problem of burnout faced by palliative care providers, there have been few interventions studied to prevent further burnout. Research does support allowing time away from a stressful health care environment to promote wellness and to decrease burnout. This pilot study ...

Épuisement professionnel ; Bien-être ; Soins palliatifs

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Objective: The aim of this study was to examine the efficacy and effectiveness of a theory-driven multicomponent positive psychology intervention to improve well-being for individuals with severe psychiatric conditions (SPCs) in comparison with treatment as usual (TAU). This intervention moves away from the traditional psychiatric perspectives that focused on symptoms and deficits, promoting a broader view of outcomes such as noncritical self-acceptance, strengths, and positive relationships with others, among other things. Method: A two-arm randomized and outcome-blinded trial with pre-post and 6-month follow-up evaluations was conducted to assess the intervention. A total of 141 participants were allocated to either the experimental condition or the waiting list group receiving their TAU. A mixed-effect model was used to examine the efficacy of the intervention and a repeated-measures Student's t-test for the follow-up effectiveness analysis. Results: The intervention protocol was highly acceptable for participants, showing very high participant satisfaction as well as good attendance and adherence rates. At the end of the group therapy, participants reported a significant improvement in self-acceptance and environmental mastery and, these changes were maintained in the follow-up assessment after 6 months. Conclusions and Implications for Practice: The results of this randomized control trial provide further evidence supporting that positive psychology approaches can be a powerful complementary strategy to promote more comprehensive psychiatric rehabilitation services for people with SPCs.
Objective: The aim of this study was to examine the efficacy and effectiveness of a theory-driven multicomponent positive psychology intervention to improve well-being for individuals with severe psychiatric conditions (SPCs) in comparison with treatment as usual (TAU). This intervention moves away from the traditional psychiatric perspectives that focused on symptoms and deficits, promoting a broader view of outcomes such as noncritical ...

Psychologie positive ; Bien-être ; Thérapie de groupe

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Objective
Adults in food-insecure households will often sacrifice their own nutritional needs so that children are fed first. This shielding may protect children from malnutrition, but its links to mental health and well-being have not been closely examined. The aim of this study is to explore these links.

Methods
We used data from three cycles of the Canadian Community Health Survey (n = 28,871 youth, 74,416 adults) to identify shielded children (those who reported not being food insecure but lived in food-insecure households). Using Poisson regression, we examined youth and adult mental health and well-being (mood disorder, anxiety disorder, fair/poor mental health, fair/poor health, and low life satisfaction) in shielding households compared to food-secure households and food-insecure households where children were not shielded.

Results
About one in six (15.3%) households with children was food insecure. One third of these (6.3%) included children who were shielded from experiencing food insecurity. Shielded youth did not differ significantly from food-secure youth in three of the five outcomes examined. However, unshielded youth, compared to food-secure youth, showed increased risks of every health outcome we investigated. Adults in food-insecure households also reported worse mental health than food-secure adults but better mental health if children were shielded.

Conclusion
Shielding is associated with reduced risk of common psychiatric outcomes and poor mental health in youth and adults, possibly because it is associated with milder forms of food insecurity. The inability to protect children from having inadequate access to food may compound the psychological strain of food insecurity on mental health and well-being among adults.
Objective
Adults in food-insecure households will often sacrifice their own nutritional needs so that children are fed first. This shielding may protect children from malnutrition, but its links to mental health and well-being have not been closely examined. The aim of this study is to explore these links.

Methods
We used data from three cycles of the Canadian Community Health Survey (n = 28,871 youth, 74,416 adults) to identify shielded ...

Enfants - Alimentation ; Parents - Santé mentale ; Enfants - Santé mentale ; Alimentation ; Bien-être

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Vu d'ici... Voir le bien-être au travail autrement (Format imprimé uniquement) | 2022

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Le bien-être au travail, la santé psychologique et l'équilibre entre les différentes sphères de notre vie font l'objet de nombreuses préoccupations. La pandémie pourrait-elle avoir redéfini notre façon de voir les choses?

Bien-être ; Travailleurs ; Pandémies

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Vu d'ailleurs... Comment maximiser le bien-être des travailleurs? (Format imprimé uniquement) | 2022

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Il est où le bonheur, il est où? Voilà une question que se posent bien des patrons qui veulent satisfaire leurs employés afin d'optimiser leur performance. Alors que le monde du travail est en pleine révolution, des chercheurs de partout dans le monde explorent quelques pistes.

Bien-être ; Travailleurs

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Employee Energy and Engagement: Keys to Clinician and Organization Well-Being in a Crisis | Automne 2021 H

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SUMMARY: Well-being, engagement, and burnout among clinicians are interconnected, and the common denominator is energy. Decades of research show that employees' energy is a decisive factor in achieving organizational outcomes. Knowing this, healthcare leaders can create well-being programs with measurable outcomes that make a positive impact on the bottom line. Just as important, leaders can avoid wasting money on fruitless efforts. How can clinician well-being be incorporated in organizational culture and strategic and operational plans? What are the special challenges to achieving clinician well-being? What key leadership actions promote and protect the well-being of clinicians? Which approaches are most effective during a crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic? This article addresses those questions by presenting the rationale and methodology behind well-being programs that also address engagement and burnout so that clinicians can succeed in times of crisis and beyond.
SUMMARY: Well-being, engagement, and burnout among clinicians are interconnected, and the common denominator is energy. Decades of research show that employees' energy is a decisive factor in achieving organizational outcomes. Knowing this, healthcare leaders can create well-being programs with measurable outcomes that make a positive impact on the bottom line. Just as important, leaders can avoid wasting money on fruitless efforts. How can ...

Hôpitaux - Personnel - Santé et hygiène ; Bien-être

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The COVID-19 pandemic has had adverse effects on many people’s mental and physical health. As such, this book explores research, theories, biopsychosocial perspectives, and intercultural studies about the pandemic with the ultimate goal to promote better quality of life, resilience, and psychological wellbeing of the general population during this period.

Pandémies ; Résilience ; Anxiété ; Bien-être ; Anthropologie ; PSYCHOLOGIE

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La pandémie de la COVID-19 a entraîné son lot de craintes, de stress et d’incertitudes dans la population. Plusieurs experts ont évoqué les répercussions négatives que cela pouvait avoir sur la santé mentale de la population, incluant les personnes vivant avec un trouble mental, naissant ou déjà existant. Les risques liés aux rechutes et autres impacts chez ces personnes

SANTÉ ; Stress ; Population ; Santé mentale ; Bien-être ; Coronavirus

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Evidence from disease epidemics shows that healthcare workers are at risk of developing short‐ and long‐term mental health problems. The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned about the potential negative impact of the COVID‐19 crisis on the mental well‐being of health and social care professionals. Symptoms of mental health problems commonly include depression, anxiety, stress, and additional cognitive and social problems; these can impact on function in the workplace. The mental health and resilience (ability to cope with the negative effects of stress) of frontline health and social care professionals ('frontline workers' in this review) could be supported during disease epidemics by workplace interventions, interventions to support basic daily needs, psychological support interventions, pharmacological interventions, or a combination of any or all of these.
Evidence from disease epidemics shows that healthcare workers are at risk of developing short‐ and long‐term mental health problems. The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned about the potential negative impact of the COVID‐19 crisis on the mental well‐being of health and social care professionals. Symptoms of mental health problems commonly include depression, anxiety, stress, and additional cognitive and social problems; these can impact ...

Résilience ; Coronavirus ; Bien-être

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La liste Demay, Jérémy | Frères & Cie 2019

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Cote : BF637.S4 D373l 2019

Trois nouveaux chapitres

Réalisation de soi ; Connaissance de soi ; Bonheur ; Bien-être

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La vie Demay, Jérémy | Frères & Cie 2019

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- 198 p.
Cote : BF204.6 A851 2018

PSYCHOLOGIE ; Bien-être ; Bien - Aspect psychologique

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La suite Demay, Jérémy | Frères & Cie 2018

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