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Third global survey of the ESMO Resilience Task Force

Presented By
Dr Jonathan Lim, Imperial College London, UK
Conference
ESMO 2021
Risk of poor wellbeing/distress and feeling burned out for oncology professionals has increased during the COVID-19 pandemic, results from the third global survey of the ESMO Resilience Task Force show. From 9 February to 3 March 2021, the ESMO Resilience Task Force did a third global survey on the wellbeing and professional performance of oncology professionals. Dr Jonathan Lim (Imperial College London, UK) presented the results [1]. A total of 1,269 participants responded to the survey (54% aged >40 years, 55% female, 69% white ethnicity, 51% general hospital, 37% cancer centre, 73% medical oncologist, 22% trainees). Compared with the first (April-May 2020, n=1,520) and second survey (July-August 2020, n=942), scores for risk of poor wellbeing/distress (40%), and feeling burned out (56%) were increased in the third survey. However, job performance score improved since the first survey (see Figure). In particular, young participants (≤40 years) ...


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