Healthcare Provider Burnout

Healthcare Provider Burnout: A Rapid Scoping Review

Project Status:Complete

Knowledge User(s)

Alberta Health Services

Patient/Public Partner(s)

Janet Gunderson, Sam Belbin

Project Trainee(s)

Julia Rodgers


Kim Sears, Lynora Saxinger, Stephanie Hastings

Funding Source(s)

  • Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) through COVID-END

Project Objectives

To identify screening methods, interventions, and system level approaches related to burnout in direct patient care providers due to COVID-19.

Research Approach

Rapid Scoping Review

Project Lead(s)

Christina Godfrey

Position: Queen's University, Joanna Briggs Institute

Christina Godfrey is an Associate Professor at Queen’s University School of Nursing and the Scientific Director/Methodologist for the Queen’s Collaboration for Health Care Quality: A JBI Centre of Excellence. As a specialist in research synthesis methodologies, she has received formal synthesis training through the Cochrane Collaboration and the Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI), and is a certified as a trainer in the JBI method of synthesis.

Dr. Godfrey provides methodological support to faculty, clinicians and graduate students internal to Queen’s University and to emerging synthesis groups and centres throughout Canada. She is a member of five international methodology committees focused on advancing the methodology of synthesis.

Christina Godfrey

Queen's University, Joanna Briggs Institute

Christina Godfrey is an Associate Professor at Queen’s University School...