Resource List & References  




TedTalks Pertinent To Surf Therapy:


Stop Calling It Burnout:


International Surf Therapy Organization


Other References 

  1. Caddick, N., C. Phoenix, and B. Smith, Collective stories and well-being: Using a dialogical narrative approach to understand peer relationships among combat veterans experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder. Journal of health psychology, 2015. 20(3): p. 286-299.
  2. Caddick, N. and B. Smith, Combat surfers: A narrative study of veterans, surfing, and war trauma. Movimento, 2017. 23(1): p. 25-38.
  3. Caddick, N., B. Smith, and C. Phoenix, Male combat veterans’ narratives of PTSD, masculinity, and health. Sociology of health & illness, 2015. 37(1): p. 97-111.
  4. Caddick, N., B. Smith, and C. Phoenix, The effects of surfing and the natural environment on the well-being of combat veterans. Qualitative health research, 2015. 25(1): p. 76-86.
  5. Chambers, C.N.L., et al., Burnout prevalence in New Zealand's public hospital senior medical workforce: a cross-sectional mixed methods study. BMJ Open, 2016. 6(11): p. e013947.
  6. Corrado, B., et al., Burnout syndrome among Italian physiotherapists: a cross-sectional study. European Journal of Physiotherapy, 2018: p. 1-6.
  7. Davis, M., et al., Confronting depression and suicide in physicians: a consensus statement. Jama, 2003. 289(23): p. 3161-3166.
  8. Dean, W., MD and S. Talbot, MD, Moral injury and burnout in medicine: a year of lessons learned  2019, Stat News.
  9. Farnsworth, J.K., et al., A functional approach to understanding and treating military-related moral injury. Journal of contextual behavioral science, 2017. 6(4): p. 391-397.
  10. Fernando, A.T. and N.S. Consedine, Development and initial psychometric properties of the Barriers to Physician Compassion questionnaire. Postgraduate medical journal, 2014. 90(1065): p. 388-395.
  11. Fink, G., Stress: Concepts, Cognition, Emotion, and Behavior: Handbook of Stress Series. Vol. 1. 2016: Academic Press.
  12. Harris, K.B., Working With Addiction Through Surf Therapy: A Phenomenological Exploration of Healing. 2015: Pacifica Graduate Institute.
  13. Hofmann, P.B., Stress Among Healthcare Professionals Calls Out for Attention. Journal of Healthcare Management, 2018. 63(5): p. 294-297.
  14. Kearney, M.K., et al., Self-care of physicians caring for patients at the end of life:“Being connected... a key to my survival”. Jama, 2009. 301(11): p. 1155-1164.
  15. Kumar, S., et al., Burnout and Job Satisfaction in New Zealand Psychiatrists: a National Study. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 2007. 53(4): p. 306-316.
  16. Lacy, B.E. and J.L. Chan, Physician burnout: the hidden health care crisis. Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 2018. 16(3): p. 311-317.
  17. Litz, B.T., et al., Moral injury and moral repair in war veterans: A preliminary model and intervention strategy. Clinical psychology review, 2009. 29(8): p. 695-706.
  18. Maslach, C. and M.P. Leiter, Understanding the burnout experience: recent research and its implications for psychiatry. World Psychiatry, 2016. 15(2): p. 103-111.
  19. Matos, M., et al., Surfing for Social Integration: Mental Health and Well-Being promo-tion through Surf Therapy among Institutionalized Young People. Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health Care, 2017. 4(1): p. 1-6.
  20. McNitt-Gray, J.L., Kinematics and impulse characteristics of drop landings from three heights. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 1991. 7(2): p. 201-224.
  21. Ochentel, O., C. Humphrey, and K. Pfeifer, Efficacy of exercise therapy in persons with burnout. a systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of sports science & medicine, 2018. 17(3): p. 475.
  22. Rogers, C.M., T. Mallinson, and D. Peppers, High-intensity sports for posttraumatic stress disorder and depression: Feasibility study of ocean therapy with veterans of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 2014. 68(4): p. 395-404.
  23. Rotenstein, L.S., et al., Prevalence of burnout among physicians: a systematic review. Jama, 2018. 320(11): p. 1131-1150.
  24. Seixas, A., et al., The Prevalence of Burnout in Portuguese Physiotherapists, in Occupational and Environmental Safety and Health. 2019, Springer. p. 591-600.
  25. Shanafelt, T.D., et al. Changes in burnout and satisfaction with work-life balance in physicians and the general US working population between 2011 and 2014. in Mayo Clinic Proceedings. 2015. Elsevier.
  26. Śliwiński, Z., et al., Life satisfaction and risk of burnout among men and women working as physiotherapists. International journal of occupational medicine and environmental health, 2014. 27(3): p. 400-412.
  27. Talbot, S.G. and W. Dean, Physicians aren’t ‘burning out.’They’re suffering from moral injury. Stat, 2018.
  28. West, C.P., L.N. Dyrbye, and T.D. Shanafelt, Physician burnout: contributors, consequences and solutions. Journal of internal medicine, 2018. 283(6): p. 516-529.
  29. Wright, A.A. and I.T. Katz, Beyond burnout—redesigning care to restore meaning and sanity for physicians. New England Journal of Medicine, 2018. 378(4): p. 309-311.





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