This trial is evaluating whether Waitlist Control after three months with High-Intensity Prompts will improve 6 primary outcomes and 12 secondary outcomes in patients with Alzheimer Disease. Measurement will happen over the course of 1 months.
This trial requires 326 total participants across 4 different treatment groups
This trial involves 4 different treatments. Waitlist Control After Three Months With High-Intensity Prompts is the primary treatment being studied. Participants will be divided into 4 treatment groups. There is no placebo group. The treatments being tested are not being studied for commercial purposes.
"Approximately one in 20 students have experienced burnout in the last 3 years. The proportion of students with burnout has not changed over the same period of time.burnout, depression, student." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"The study concludes that, while specific treatments for burnout vary depending on the severity of the burnout symptomatology (especially with regard to hopelessness), the effects of the treatments are similar overall. However, to ensure the best treatment, patients (especially those suffering in combination with a chronic disease) should participate actively in managing their symptoms in a self-care fashion." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Burnout, student, is defined by a subjective perception of being in a state of 'workaholism', which occurs when one is psychologically, socially, or physically overwhelmed by continuous or chronic work. The term 'burnout, student' is new for the literature and can have a range of potential associations. Findings from a recent study suggest that burnout is a potential outcome of graduate medical training programmes; however, no conclusive evidence has yet demonstrated a link between burnout, student, and graduate medical school training. Further research is needed into a broader range of constructs." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Burnout is a disorder that is characterized by high levels of work-related stress. As a result, burnout can decrease the ability to work and result in absenteeism or diminished productivity." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Burnout has serious health problems, so early detection of burnout could be a way to prevent the problem from getting worse. As stated above, people who work with or interact with burnout sufferers or are going through a time of transition for work may be at risk for developing burnout symptoms themselves. The signs of burnout do not change if the patient thinks he or she has burnout or when it is a coincidence, for example when a colleague has burnout or a family member has a similar condition. The people affected by burnout also consider themselves to be normal in their sense of self-perception. A patient is considered normal if they feel that they have everything they want from their life." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Burnout in student population seems to be at relatively high level, with a prevalence of depressive symptoms and high disability levels. It is important to detect student's burnout and treat it in order to reduce their burden. Preventing burnout seems to be a way to help student. However, since burnout is an occupational stress, it is advisable to find other ways to reduce burden." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Providing a single high-intensity prompt to participants significantly reduced a composite outcome measure of patient safety hazards related to the prompt treatment phase of the study. Further research is necessary to understand whether implementing high-intensity alerts or other similar measures can reduce hazards among individuals at risk of adverse events in clinic management." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Results from a recent paper highlights the value of engaging and supporting the potential study participant on all important facets of participation in health research. We propose that clinicians who are interested in clinical trials have three options: conduct or consider a research programme for themselves or enroll as 'experimental partners' in local studies; offer more comprehensive trials to patients with burnout or other clinical depression; or simply offer counselling referrals or help when required." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"The review provides a glimpse of the current state for treating burnout, student. Many studies for treating burnout are still being presented on the internet but more studies need to be done. The next steps for treating burnout would probably involve: a randomized controlled trial study, utilizing a prospective study design that includes patients and controls before and during the burnout treatment phases, a multi-disciplinary and multi-center treatment program that includes a group for which to evaluate outcomes, and an ongoing longitudinal follow-up study that includes all participants. Future directions to promote the wellness of individuals are encouraging, rewarding, and effective." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"In addition to the ongoing investigation regarding the effectiveness of high-intensity prompts, it is possible for a clinician to evaluate the effectiveness of other low-pressure interventions for reducing attrition and increasing the number of CITCs and DITCs among anesthesiological trainees." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"The consequences of burnout are serious insofar as they cause measurable repercussions on students' academic progress, career performance, attitudes, and emotional well-being. Further, they significantly alter student's ability to learn as they curtail their ability to perform in class, and they may even cause negative feelings during classwork as they negatively affect student's sense of belonging and motivation." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"About 1 in 10 students got burnout symptomatology, and 1 in 3 students got high levels of burnout. The students were aged between 15-25 with a mean age 21." - Anonymous Online Contributor