TedTalks Pertinent To Surf Therapy:
Stop Calling It Burnout:
International Surf Therapy Organization
- 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.
- Caddick, N. and B. Smith, Combat surfers: A narrative study of veterans, surfing, and war trauma. Movimento, 2017. 23(1): p. 25-38.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Corrado, B., et al., Burnout syndrome among Italian physiotherapists: a cross-sectional study. European Journal of Physiotherapy, 2018: p. 1-6.
- Davis, M., et al., Confronting depression and suicide in physicians: a consensus statement. Jama, 2003. 289(23): p. 3161-3166.
- Dean, W., MD and S. Talbot, MD, Moral injury and burnout in medicine: a year of lessons learned 2019, Stat News.
- 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.
- 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.
- Fink, G., Stress: Concepts, Cognition, Emotion, and Behavior: Handbook of Stress Series. Vol. 1. 2016: Academic Press.
- Harris, K.B., Working With Addiction Through Surf Therapy: A Phenomenological Exploration of Healing. 2015: Pacifica Graduate Institute.
- Hofmann, P.B., Stress Among Healthcare Professionals Calls Out for Attention. Journal of Healthcare Management, 2018. 63(5): p. 294-297.
- 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.
- 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.
- Lacy, B.E. and J.L. Chan, Physician burnout: the hidden health care crisis. Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 2018. 16(3): p. 311-317.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- McNitt-Gray, J.L., Kinematics and impulse characteristics of drop landings from three heights. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 1991. 7(2): p. 201-224.
- 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.
- 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.
- Rotenstein, L.S., et al., Prevalence of burnout among physicians: a systematic review. Jama, 2018. 320(11): p. 1131-1150.
- Seixas, A., et al., The Prevalence of Burnout in Portuguese Physiotherapists, in Occupational and Environmental Safety and Health. 2019, Springer. p. 591-600.
- 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.
- 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.
- Talbot, S.G. and W. Dean, Physicians aren’t ‘burning out.’They’re suffering from moral injury. Stat, 2018.
- 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.
- 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.