Arbeitsbelastung, Arbeitszufriedenheit, Arbeitszeitgesetz – was macht die Urologie?

Translated title of the contribution: Workload, job satisfaction, Work Time Act—what is urology doing?

J. Westphal, J. Struck, R. Homberg, J. Salem, L. Stahl, M. Braun


© 2019, Springer Medizin Verlag GmbH, ein Teil von Springer Nature. Due to demographic changes, the proportion of people requiring urological treatment will continue to rise. In order to better address this development, we need a well-trained and motivated urological medical community. Not only is continued education in urology an integral part of this, but it must also be embedded into future-oriented, flexible work-hour models, taking into account the German Work Time Act. Thus, in order to obtain a better assessment of the current situation of urological physicians undergoing specialist training, work -hour models currently used in urological clinics must be evaluated. This should allow conclusions to be drawn to find future-oriented solutions in order to do justice to the Future Offensive—Urology in 2025. Transparency, openness, and cooperation should be top priority between the DGU (German Association for Urology) working groups active in this field and the working groups of the BvDU (German Professional Association for Urologists).
Translated title of the contributionWorkload, job satisfaction, Work Time Act—what is urology doing?
Original languageGerman
Issue number8
Pages (from-to)881-884
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 01.08.2019

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