Restoring humanity in healthcare: How to counter America's physician and nurse burnout crisis
from Becker's Hospital Review
Today, half of doctors, nurses and healthcare administrators say they are burned out, with 30 percent of primary care doctors aged 35 to 49 years stating they expect to leave the profession. While this raises the specter of a physician shortage in the coming years, of equal concern, it means that many of the providers working today may be depressed, overwhelmed and exhausted — while still seeing patients.
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