Relationship between work flow and burnout in medical professionals.

  • Saqib Bajwa Gujranwala Medical College.
  • Aysha Butt Services Institute of Medical Sciences, Lahore.
  • Nauman Mazhar Services Institute of Medical Sciences, Lahore.
  • Shahid Warris M. Islam Medical and Dental College, Gujranwala.
  • Muhammad Tariq Sughra Shafee Medical College, Narowal.
  • Rabbia Ashraf
Keywords: Burnout, Engagement, Flow, Medical Professionals, Work

Abstract

Medical profession due to its vast diversity and sensitivity can exert great stress and exhaustion among working professionals. Objectives: The present research was aimed to explore the relationship between Work Flow and Burnout in medical professionals. Study Design: Correlational Research Design was used with convenient sampling strategy. Setting: Rashid Latif Medical Collage. Period: July to October 2019. Material & Methods: Work related Flow13 and Copenhagen Burnout Inventory15 were used to measure the variables. Correlation and Regression were used. Result: Significant inverse relationship between work flow and burnout. Similarly, Work enjoyment subscale of Work Flow come out to be the significant predictor of burnout and its subscale. Conclusion: research indicates that professionals who enjoy their work and keep their self-engaged in while working does not get easily exhausted.

Author Biographies

Saqib Bajwa, Gujranwala Medical College.

MBBS, FCPS (Psychiatry)

Assistant Professor Psychiatry 

 

Aysha Butt, Services Institute of Medical Sciences, Lahore.

MBBS, FCPS (Psychiatry)

Assistant Professor Psychiatry

 

Nauman Mazhar, Services Institute of Medical Sciences, Lahore.

MBBS, FCPS (Psychiatry)

Associate Professor Psychiatry

Shahid Warris, M. Islam Medical and Dental College, Gujranwala.

MBBS, FCPS (Psychiatry)

Associate Professor Psychiatry

Muhammad Tariq, Sughra Shafee Medical College, Narowal.

MBBS, FCPS

Assistant Professor Psychiatry

Rabbia Ashraf

MS (Clinical Psychology)

Published
2020-11-10