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Medscape National Physician Burnout & Depression Report 2018

We offer to our readers an interesting Medscape’s report on depression and burnout of American physicians. In addition to the link of the article, here is a short excerpt:

Among physician respondents, 42% reported burnout. Fifteen percent of all physicians admitted to experiencing either clinical (severe) or colloquial (“feeling down”) forms of depression (3% and 12% respectively). According to the National Institute of Mental Health, 6.7% of all American adults suffered at least one major depressive episode in the past year.

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Graduated in Literature at the University of Eastern Piedmont, he's now studying anthropological and ethnological science at the University of Milano-Bicocca. Journalist and writer, he collaborated with many local newspapers and in the 2015 he published his first book "Qui non arriva la pioggia". In the 2017 published "Il peccato armeno, ovvero la binarietà del male".

2 thoughts on “Medscape National Physician Burnout & Depression Report 2018

  1. We are expanding our programs to address this across the school of medicine with med students, residents and faculty
    I would like to get a copy of the report that I can down load or get a PDF copy. Most physicians and administrators will not scroll through 27 pages of links in this format

    Thank you
    David Pole, PhD, MPH

    • Dear David Pole,

      Thank you for the interest you show for this topics; we are proud to share this report, sure it could be very interesting not only for students but also to expert clinicians.
      However, and we are really sorry for it, this is the only available format for this report.

      Kindly,
      Silvia

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