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2021
Tawfik DS, Sinha A, Bayati M, Adair KC, Shanafelt TD, J Sexton B, Profit J.  2021.  Frustration With Technology and its Relation to Emotional Exhaustion Among Health Care Workers: Cross-sectional Observational Study.. J Med Internet Res. 23(7):e26817.
Haidari E, Main EK, Cui X, Cape V, Tawfik DS, Adair KC, Sexton BJ, Profit J.  2021.  Maternal and neonatal health care worker well-being and patient safety climate amid the COVID-19 pandemic.. J Perinatol. 41(5):961-969.
Profit J, Adair KC, Cui X, Mitchell B, Brandon D, Tawfik DS, Rigdon J, Gould JB, Lee HC, Timpson WL et al..  2021.  Randomized controlled trial of the "WISER" intervention to reduce healthcare worker burnout.. J Perinatol. 41(9):2225-2234.
2019
Tawfik DS, Scheid A, Profit J, Shanafelt T, Trockel M, Adair KC, J Sexton B, Ioannidis JPA.  2019.  Evidence Relating Health Care Provider Burnout and Quality of Care: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.. Ann Intern Med. 171(8):555-567.
2018
Tawfik DS, Profit J, Morgenthaler TI, Satele DV, Sinsky CA, Dyrbye LN, Tutty MA, West CP, Shanafelt TD.  2018.  Physician Burnout, Well-being, and Work Unit Safety Grades in Relationship to Reported Medical Errors.. Mayo Clin Proc. 93(11):1571-1580.
2017
Tawfik DS, Sexton JB, Kan P, Sharek PJ, Nisbet CC, Rigdon J, Lee HC, Profit J.  2017.  Burnout in the neonatal intensive care unit and its relation to healthcare-associated infections.. J Perinatol. 37(3):315-320.
Tawfik DS, Sexton JBryan, Adair KC, Kaplan HC, Profit J.  2017.  Context in Quality of Care: Improving Teamwork and Resilience.. Clin Perinatol. 44(3):541-552.
Tawfik DS, Phibbs CS, J Sexton B, Kan P, Sharek PJ, Nisbet CC, Rigdon J, Trockel M, Profit J.  2017.  Factors Associated With Provider Burnout in the NICU.. Pediatrics. 139(5)
2014
Profit J, Sharek PJ, Amspoker AB, Kowalkowski MA, Nisbet CC, Thomas EJ, Chadwick WA, J Sexton B.  2014.  Burnout in the NICU setting and its relation to safety culture.. BMJ Qual Saf. 23(10):806-13.
J Sexton B, Sharek PJ, Thomas EJ, Gould JB, Nisbet CC, Amspoker AB, Kowalkowski MA, Schwendimann R, Profit J.  2014.  Exposure to Leadership WalkRounds in neonatal intensive care units is associated with a better patient safety culture and less caregiver burnout.. BMJ Qual Saf. 23(10):814-22.