Burnout

Burnout
Residents face the specter of burnout daily. Moving out of medical school and into graduate medical training brings larger hours and harder work. While burnout might be hard to avoid, in this section, Today's Physician will help you identify some of the causes and symptoms of burnout and provide tips on how to manage stress.

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