Browsing: Burnout

The pandemic brought many physician frustrations to a head. Of 18,719 physicians surveyed from late 2019 through early 2021, over…

Radiation oncologists aren’t immune to moral injury, as explored by this qualitative study of German rad onc resident physicians who…

This article highlights how soaring rates of physician turnover, particularly among junior faculty at academic centers, is uniquely damaging the…

This discussion on work/life balance in radiation oncology highlights the importance of making every effort from the top down to…

Deterrents by insurers such as prior authorization requirements are uniquely burdensome for oncologists, and this analysis of Medicare Part D…

A large survey of doctors and trainees concludes: “The high rates of regret of delaying family building, subsequent infertility and…

Here is an impassioned take on the 30% increase in physician union members over the last decade comprising 7% of…

A term initially coined for military members when the realized demands of a job betray the ethical principles set forth…