Medical students and residents faced a radically altered training experience during the pandemic that will have a lasting impact on their careers.
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Many fear COVID-19 is putting even greater pressure on physician mental health, and the strain is not limited to frontlines workers.
Although physicians are trained to face life-and-death situations, they’re not immune to the physical and emotional toll that comes with them.
While burnout can affect anyone in any career field, the rates of physician assistants who experience career burnout are higher than average.
Many healthcare professionals face burnout in their jobs. Here are several ways to reduce your stress levels in 10 minutes or less.
According to Medscape’s 2018 Psychiatry Lifestyle & Burnout Report, 38 percent of psychiatrists are experiencing burnout.
Physicians often experience the urgency of ensuring successful outcomes for those they treat. The 2018 Medscape Report on Physician Burnout and Depression...
Stress is an unfortunate aspect of our everyday lives, but if not managed carefully, can lead to significant health problems. Incorporating these techniques...
Physician burnout is an often talked about topic, but what can really be done to solve it? The AMA defines burnout as: “A long-term stress reaction...
The 2017 Medscape Lifestyle Report finds that physician burnout continues to rise. Spending too much time at work and on EHRs were to top causes listed.