Interventions to reduce the consequences of stress in physicians: a review and meta-analysis

Regehr C., Glancy D., Pitts A., LeBlanc V.R.
Submitted: May, 2014

Examine the effectiveness of interventions aimed at addressing stress, anxiety, and burnout in physicians and medical trainees. Twelve studies involving 1034 participants were included in three meta-analyses. Cognitive, behavioral, and mindfulness interventions were associated with decreased symptoms of anxiety in physicians (standard differences in means [SDM],