Category Archives: Job satisfaction

Psychiatrists Like Working in Integrated Care Teams

A survey of psychiatrists participating in integrated care teams report high satisfaction with their work. They describe that a collaborative care model allows them to leverage their expertise to reach a large number of patients in a variety of practice … Continue reading

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Why People Perform Better After Receiving a Compliment

Japanese scientists have found scientific proof that people doing specific tasks appear to perform better when another person compliments them. There seems to be scientific validity behind the message ‘praise to encourage improvement’. [Read more…]

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Psychiatrists Paid Less But More Satisfied

According to a 2012 Medscape Physician’s Compensation Report, Psychiatrists earn slightly less than many other specialists, but they are among the top in terms of overall job satisfaction. [Read more…]

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