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    Investigate the associations between drug abuse and the prevalence of the engagement and burnout dichotomy in law professionals. Eligible participants completed a questionnaire where odds ratios of drug abuse and other confounding variables and their association to engagement or burnout were calculated using multiple logistic regression. When looking at all law professionals, burnout is a statistically significant predictor for drug abuse ( P = 0.04, not shown). Law professionals whose burnout scores fell in the highest bin have 4.71 (95% CI [1.38-16.08]) times higher odds of having a problem with drug abuse than those whose burnout scores fell in the second bin. Study findings showed a possible way to affect the prevalence of drug abuse in law professionals by affecting the engagement and burnout dichotomy. Copyright © 2022 American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.


    Uchenna C Ogbonnaya, Matthew S Thiese, Joseph Allen. Burnout and Engagement's Relationship to Drug Abuse in Lawyers and Law Professionals. Journal of occupational and environmental medicine. 2022 Jul 01;64(7):621-627

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    PMID: 35732047

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