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Causes of Physician Burnout & How to Handle It

Emotional tiredness, a sense that the profession is no longer worthwhile, feelings of inadequacy, and a propensity to treat patients, students, and colleagues more like things than as people are all signs of burnout among doctors. Headache, insomnia, tension, rage, cynicism, memory loss, diminished focus, and quitting thoughts are some of the accompanying symptoms. Physical tiredness and moral sorrow can both be present in certain circumstances. Career burnout is not just a problem for doctors. Results from research conducted in 2011 and 2014 revealed that the prevalence of burnout among the working population in the United States as a whole remained stable at 28%. However, throughout those years, the proportion of physicians who were burnt out rose from 45.5% to 54.4%. Burnout is cumulative by nature, therefore the percentage now is definitely higher

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Interventional Pulmonologist,MBBS,MD,PDDM,FCCP(USA)

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Emotional tiredness, a sense that the profession is no longer worthwhile, feelings of inadequacy, and a propensity to treat patients, students, and colleagues more like things than as people are all signs of burnout among doctors. Headache, insomnia, tension, rage, cynicism, memory loss, diminished focus, and quitting thoughts are some of the accompanying symptoms. Physical tiredness and moral sorrow can both be present in certain circumstances. Career burnout is not just a problem for doctors. Results from research conducted in 2011 and 2014 revealed that the prevalence of burnout among the working population in the United States as a whole remained stable at 28%. However, throughout those years, the proportion of physicians who were burnt out rose from 45.5% to 54.4%. Burnout is cumulative by nature, therefore the percentage now is definitely higher

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Emotional tiredness, a sense that the profession is no longer worthwhile, feelings of inadequacy, and a propensity to treat patients, students, and colleagues more like things than as people are all signs of burnout among doctors. Headache, insomnia, tension, rage, cynicism, memory loss, diminished focus, and quitting thoughts are some of the accompanying symptoms. Physical tiredness and moral sorrow can both be present in certain circumstances. Career burnout is not just a problem for doctors. Results from research conducted in 2011 and 2014 revealed that the prevalence of burnout among the working population in the United States as a whole remained stable at 28%. However, throughout those years, the proportion of physicians who were burnt out rose from 45.5% to 54.4%. Burnout is cumulative by nature, therefore the percentage now is definitely higher