What physicians are doing to reduce burnout — 21% say switch work settings


Medscape's "Physician Burnout and Suicide Report 2021" surveyed more than 12,000 physicians across 29 specialties about coping with burnout and mental health in 2020.

Here's what respondents say they're doing to reduce burnout:

Reduced work hours: 28 percent
Changed work settings: 21 percent
Made workflow or staff changes: 20 percent
Spoke with my hospital group/administrator about productivity pressure: 17 percent
Hired additional staff: 7 percent
Sold/put practice up for sale: 3 percent
Other: 12 percent
None of the above: 35 percent


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