New medical school programs help students battle burnout
from U.S. News & World Report
About half of medical school students show the classic signs: emotional exhaustion, detachment and a feeling that one's efforts "don't make a difference," says Liselotte Dyrbye, associate professor of medicine at the Mayo Clinic. That's not good, as burnout, in turn, is linked to reduced altruism and unprofessional behavior, such as reporting a physical exam result as normal without actually doing it.
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