Published on in Vol 22, No 5 (2020): May

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/15562, first published .
Gratitude at Work: Prospective Cohort Study of a Web-Based, Single-Exposure Well-Being Intervention for Health Care Workers

Gratitude at Work: Prospective Cohort Study of a Web-Based, Single-Exposure Well-Being Intervention for Health Care Workers

Gratitude at Work: Prospective Cohort Study of a Web-Based, Single-Exposure Well-Being Intervention for Health Care Workers

Journals

  1. Adair K, Kennedy L, Sexton J. Three Good Tools: Positively reflecting backwards and forwards is associated with robust improvements in well-being across three distinct interventions. The Journal of Positive Psychology 2020;15(5):613 View
  2. Fiske E, Martin S, Luetkemeyer J. Building Nurses' Resilience to Trauma Through Contemplative Practices. Creative Nursing 2020;26(4):e90 View
  3. Haidari E, Main E, Cui X, Cape V, Tawfik D, Adair K, Sexton B, Profit J. Maternal and neonatal health care worker well-being and patient safety climate amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Perinatology 2021;41(5):961 View
  4. McPeek-Hinz E, Boazak M, Sexton J, Adair K, West V, Goldstein B, Alphin R, Idris S, Hammond W, Hwang S, Bae J. Clinician Burnout Associated With Sex, Clinician Type, Work Culture, and Use of Electronic Health Records. JAMA Network Open 2021;4(4):e215686 View
  5. Tawfik D, Shanafelt T, Dyrbye L, Sinsky C, West C, Davis A, Su F, Adair K, Trockel M, Profit J, Sexton J. Personal and Professional Factors Associated With Work-Life Integration Among US Physicians. JAMA Network Open 2021;4(5):e2111575 View
  6. Pierce R, Maples W, Schomaker A, Krippner J, Sexton J, Adams P, Amerson T, Breslow A, Clark D, Paulus R, Duffy M. Results from the National Taskforce for Humanity in Healthcare's Integrated, Organizational Pilot Program to Improve Well-Being. The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety 2021 View