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    Urology trainees experience high burnout, and there is an urgent need for acceptable and effective interventions. The current study evaluated Reboot coaching workshops (Reboot-C), a tailored intervention based on cognitive-behavioural principles, with urology trainees. Our primary objective was to evaluate the acceptability of Reboot-C among urology trainees. In addition, this study aimed to investigate whether there were changes in confidence, resilience, depression and burnout levels. A single-arm design was used, including pre- and post-online questionnaires and semi-structured interviews. Twenty-one urology trainees replied to the survey, attended both Reboot-C workshops and responded to the post-intervention questionnaire. Thirteen of 21 (61%) urology trainees participated in the interview. Participating in Reboot-C was associated with significant improvements in resilience and confidence and a significant reduction in burnout. However, there was no significant reduction in depression. Qualitative data indicated that Reboot was acceptable and helped participants develop useful skills. These findings pave the way for more conclusive studies on the efficacy of Reboot-C for surgeons. © 2023 The Authors. BJUI Compass published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd on behalf of BJU International Company.


    Tmam Al-Ghunaim, Judith Johnson, Chandra Shekhar Biyani, Rebecca Coleman, Ruth Simms-Ellis, Daryl B O'Connor. Evaluation of the reboot coaching workshops among urology trainees: A mixed method approach. BJUI compass. 2023 Sep;4(5):533-542

    PMID: 37636204

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