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I recently published the article, “Attachment styles at work: Measurement, collegial relationships, and burnout,” with Arla Day and Lisa Price to present a new measure of adult attachment styles with specific reference to social relationships at work. It is available … Continue reading

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Value conflicts drive burnout. A consistent theme in our work with hospital employees has been that they feel pulled in two directions, if not more. One core value conflict is between attentive patient care and efficient processing. Attentive patient care … Continue reading

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