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Is it time to rethink education and training? : learning how to perform under pressure ; an observational study


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Hinzmann, Dominik ; Haneveld, Julia ; Heininger, Susanne Katharina ; Spitznagel, Nadja:
Is it time to rethink education and training? : learning how to perform under pressure ; an observational study.
In: Medicine. 101 (2022) 52: e32302. - 8 S.
ISSN 0025-7974 ; 1536-5964


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Emergency medicine workers are exposed daily to various stressors, especially work-related stress, which have been aggravated by the current SARS-CoV 2 pandemic and impact their physical and mental wellbeing. Nonetheless, although the efficacy of programs and strategies to improving the health of medical staff and patient care has been demonstrated, such programs and strategies are scarce. To assess the prevalence, types and consequences of stress in emergency medical workers in healthcare institutions and explore tools to cope with stressful situations at workplace. Two surveys were conducted. Survey 1 assessed the subjective stress levels and stressors of 21 emergency medicine professionals. Survey 2 was conducted amongst 103 healthcare workers at 3 hospitals in Germany. It comprised selected aspects of the German Mental Risk Assessment and a validated workload scale. None. The answer frequencies on Likert scales were descriptively evaluated. Survey 1: Emergency medical professionals experienced and reported the following high stress levels in acute situations: multitasking during a complex situation; factors associated with the work environment; fear of not appropriately controlling the situation; and lack of sleep. Survey 2: The highest stress levels were experienced in the areas “work environment” and “work organization.” The highest scores on the workload scale were obtained for statements on work division, exhaustion, insufficient patient care due to time constraints, regulations, and lack of information. Approximately 80% of healthcare workers had experienced emotionally stressful situations at the workplace, and > 30% had lost a colleague to suicide. There are effective and proven methods to learn how to deal with stress that can easily be established in everyday clinical practice. Healthcare workers are subjected to numerous stressors in their work environment and observe the consequences of these stressors on their own and their colleagues’ wellbeing. Coping strategies for high-pressure reduces and resists the job- immanent pressure and stress in healthcare workers.

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Schlagwörter:education and training, perform under pressure, mental health, patient safety
Sprache des Eintrags:Englisch
Institutionen der Universität:Philosophisch-Pädagogische Fakultät > Psychologie > Lehrstuhl für Klinische und Biologische Psychologie
DOI / URN / ID:10.1097/MD.0000000000032302
Open Access: Freie Zugänglichkeit des Volltexts?:Ja
Verlag:Wolters Kluwer Health
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