In a study that reported the most satisfying jobs in the United States, physicians were not even among the top 10.
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Self-awareness and finding supportive colleagues are some of the keys to maintaining physician wellness.
Burnout is a major issue that needs to be recognized, understood, and mitigated
Burnout is a major professional issue that needs to be recognized, understood, and mitigated
While ENTs tend to be less stressed than physicians in other specialties, they’re no strangers to exhaustion
Studies show that distress, burnout, and depression in medical students and residents have contributed to a recent decrease in their empathy for patients
Robert Ossoff, DMD, MD, said he “never in a million years,” as a young doctor, thought that he would be standing at a podium giving the presidential address to the Triological Society at its Combined Sections Meeting in January.
Like many physicians, otolaryngologists at mid-career may experience some form of burnout and be looking to make a professional shift. Indeed, a study published in the Annals of Surgery last year found that otolaryngologists had high rates of career burnout that paralleled those of trauma and vascular surgeons.
In response to many national calls to enhance patient safety, the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) mandated a maximum 80-hour workweek for all residents beginning in 2003.
International Head and Neck Surgeons Who Train in North America Find Benefits and Limitations When Returning Home