Combatting Burnout: a guide for medical students and junior doctors. Staten, A (Editor). 2019, CRC Press. I was invited to write a probono book chapter on ‘finding help’ for medical students and junior doctors worried about burnout. As leading prevention, early intervention and recovery initiatives have been major themes in my own career, I was delighted to help out.
Prudenzi, A et al. A Workplace Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) Intervention for Improving Healthcare Staff Psychological Distress: A Randomised Controlled Trial (2021)
Publications from my former medical and public health career
Wilding S, et al. Cluster randomized controlled trial of volitional and motivational interventions to improve bowel cancer screening uptake: A population-level study. Social Science and Medicine, 2020. 265:
Day F. The Challenge of Multimorbidity and Programme Budgetting. Rapid Response. BMJ 24.9.12
Day F, Pollock C, Brook C, Albus A. Crucial for Population Health. BMJ 2010; 340: 882
Day F, Cassels-Brown A, Buchan JC, ,Fear, J et al. A Glaucoma Equity Profile: correlating disease distribution with service provision and uptake in a population in Northern England, UK. Eye advance online publication, 28 May 2010;doi:10.1038/eye.2010.73
Day FJ, Mok J. Children affected by domestic abuse while abroad on holiday. Arch Dis Child. May 2008;93(5):362-3.
Day FJ, Sutton G. General Practitioner notifications of gastroenteritis and food poisoning: cause for concern. J Public Health. Sep 2007;29(3):288-91.
Day FJ, Clegg S, McPhillips M, Mok J . A retrospective case series of skeletal survey in children with suspected non-accidental injury. J Clinical Forensic Medicine 2006; 13 (2): 55-59
Nsutebu E, Day F. Chemical Incidents and Major Fires in West Yorkshire. Chemical Hazards and Poisons Report, Health Protection Agency May 2005(4): 24
Day FJ, Nettleton B. The Scottish Borders General Practitioners Exercise Referral Scheme. Health Bulletin 2001; 59(5): 343-346