The New York Post published an article on findings from the Mayo Clinic that show physicians are increasingly stressed out. Between 2011 and 2014, the percentage of physicians who reported at least one symptom of professional burnout rose from 45% to 54%. To read the full study, visit Mayo Clinic Proceedings. To read an overview, visit the New York Post.
Doctors Facing Higher Levels of Burnout
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