Increased professionalization and lower burnout scores were associated with structured residency training program: results of a cross sectional survey

Michaela Olm, Marco Roos, Alexander Hapfelmeier, Dagmar Schneider, Jochen Gensichen, Pascal O Berberat,  Antonius Schneider 
Submitted: July, 2021

The competence centre for Residency Training in Family Medicine Bavaria (CCRTB) was established to improve the quality of postgraduate medical education by offering training and mentoring programmes for residents, and by providing train-the-trainer and mentoring courses for supervisors. Beyond that, regional Residency Training Networks (RTN) on avoluntary basis were developed to facilitate structured and efficient clinical rotation programs. Primary aim was to investigate the burden of burnout and the development of professionalism among CCRTB-residencies within a cross-sectional study. Secondary aim was to evaluate differences between CCRTB-residents with and without participation in aregional RTN. Burnout was determined with the Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI), comprising the scales emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and personal accomplishment.

  • Burnout
  • Medical Teaching
  • Well-Being