Team structure and culture are associated with lower burnout in primary care

Willard-Grace, R., Hessler, D., Rogers, E., et al.
Submitted: March, 2014

Survey 231 clinicians and 280 staff members about team structure and culture with outcome Emotional exhaustion Scale. Greater team culture was associated with less exhaustion among staff. Team structure and team culture interacted to predict exhaustion: among clinicians reporting low team culture, team structure seemed to have little effect on exhaustion, whereas among clinicians reporting high team culture, tighter team structure was associated with less exhaustion.

Resource Type:
  • Peer Reviewed Research
Study Design:
  • Survey/Study
  • Practice Transformation & Payment Models