Publications: RCPI Researchers

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‘Everything was just getting worse and worse’: deteriorating job quality as a driver of doctor emigration from Ireland

Published: 10 December, 2019
Category: Research
Topic: Physician Wellbeing, Policy and Advocacy
Author: RCPI Researchers

‘Everything was just getting worse and worse’: deteriorating job quality as a driver of doctor emigration from Ireland

Doctor, how can we help you? Qualitative interview study to identify key interventions to target burnout in hospital doctors

Published: 10 September, 2019
Category: Research
Topic: Physician Wellbeing, Policy and Advocacy
Author: RCPI Researchers

Doctor, how can we help you? Qualitative interview study to identify key interventions to target burnout in hospital doctors

Doctors don’t Do-little: A national cross-sectional study of workplace well-being of hospital doctors in Ireland

Published: 11 March, 2019
Category: Research
Topic: Physician Wellbeing, Policy and Advocacy
Author: RCPI Researchers

Doctors don’t Do-little: A national cross-sectional study of workplace well-being of hospital doctors in Ireland

National Study of Wellbeing of Hospital Doctors In Ireland

Published: 23 May, 2017
Category: Research
Topic: Physician Wellbeing
Author: RCPI Researchers

This survey was undertaken as part of the National Study of Wellbeing of Hospital Doctors in Ireland, and was completed by 1,749 hospital doctors. The study explored the topics of lifestyle behaviours, personal wellbeing and workplace wellbeing.

Doctor talking to trainee.

The Irish National Adverse Events Study (INAES): the frequency and nature of adverse events in Irish hospitals — a retrospective record review study

Published: 9 February, 2016
Category: Research
Topic: Quality in Healthcare
Author: RCPI Researchers

This is a retrospective record review study of adverse events in Irish hospitals. The study was carried out by the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) in collaboration with RCPI.

Nurse at station.