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PLACES Results and Publications


PLACES Ne​wsletters

October 2017​
April 2017​
October 2016​
April 2016
October 2015​
April 2015
October 2014
April 2014
October 2013
April 2013
October 2012​

​Journal Articles
Cull WL, Katakam SK, Starmer AJ, Gottschlich EA, Miller AA, Frintner MP.  A study of pediatricians’ debt repayment a decade after completing residency.  Acad Med. 2017. In press.

Byrne BJ, Frintner MP, Abraham HN, Starmer AJ. Attitudes and experiences of early and midcareer pediatricians with the maintenance of certification process. Acad Pediatr. 2017;17(5):487-496.

Starmer AJ, Frintner MP, Freed GL. Work-life balance, burnout, and satisfaction of early career pediatricians. Pediatrics. 2016;137(4):e 20153183.

Byrne BJ, Katakam SK, Frintner MP, Cull WL. Early career experiences of pediatricians pursuing or not pursuing fellowship training. Pediatrics. 2015;136(4):672-679

Frintner MP, Cull WL, Byrne BJ, et al. A longitudinal study of pediatricians early in their careers: PLACES. Pediatrics. 2015;136(2):370-380

Study will help AAP respond to needs of early career pediatricians​
Balancing work, personal life causes stress for half of early career pediatricians New AAP study to follow pediatricians as they start their careers
Most young pediatricians own home despite high debt

 

Presentations ​

Experiences and Satisfaction of Early and Mid-Career Pediatricians on Division of Household Responsibilities and Work-Life Balance 
Characteristics and Perceptions of Financial Compensation of US Pediatricians
Longitudinal Analyses of Pediatrician Burnout​
Relationship of the Personality Traits of Early Career Pediatricians and Career Satisfaction and Burnout
Financial Health of Early Career Pediatricians
Pediatrician Debt - A Decade Post-​Residency
Pediatricians as Immigra​nt Children
Early ​Career Experiences of Pediatricians Pursuing or Not Pursuing Subspecialty Fellowships
Predictors of burnout: Results from the Pediatrician Life and Career Experience Study (PLACES)
Predictors of Work-Life Balance: Results from the Pediatrician Life and Career Experience Study (PLACES) 
Exercise, Sleep and Health Status – Results from the Pediatrician Life and Career Experience Study (PLACES)


Section on Young Physicians Newsletters
March 2015
Fall/Winter 2014 (pg. 24)​
Spring/Summer 2013 (pg. 27)
Fall/Winter 2012
(pg. 20)
Summer 2012 (pg. 27)