Burnout Reported More Frequently in Ambulatory Physicians

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Outpatient physicians experience more burnout than inpatient physicians, according to a study published in the Journal of Hospital Medicine.

The study defines burnout as a combination of emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and a low sense of personal accomplishment that negatively affects work life.

Read the full story on Becker's Hospital Review.

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