Tools to Assess Wellness

Help advance the science of Physician Wellness by using one of these tools to assess the impact of your programs. 

Maslach Burnout Inventory
The industry standard, a 22-item scale that measures depersonalization, emotional exhaustion and personal accomplishment. Must purchase licenses to distribute (not expensive and available through different vendors).

Oldenburg Burnout Inventory
16 question survey about burnout and work engagement

Quality of Life Index
33-item survey of the importance and satisfaction with life in a wide range of domains 

Professional Quality of Life Scale (PROQOL)
33-item scale measuring compassion satisfaction, burnout and secondary traumatic stress

Mini Z survey
11 questions focusing on work satisfaction/engagement from the Physician Worklife Study, MEMO study, and Healthy Workplace study. 

Compassion Satisfaction and Fatigue (CSF) Test
66-item scale measuring compassion among helping professionals  

Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale
Self-reported measure based on 10 items, related to sleep quality and mental health

State-Trait Resilience Inventory
Two subclasses of the scale, measuring - resilience as a personality factor, and adaptive/situational resilience according to the demands of the environment 

Brief Resilient Coping Scale
Measures behavior in past coping situations (support coping, positive reframing, avoidant coping, active coping) 

Smith’s Brief Resilience Scale
Self-report of resilience (found to be related to self-compassion and mindfulness in pediatricians

Perceived Stress Scale
Measures the degree to which situations in one's life are appraised as stressful (i.e. demands exceed coping ability).

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