(DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING) -- Feeling stressed out or lacking motivation when you read studies? If so, you have lots of company.
Radiologists rank among the top five specialties that experience the greatest frequency of burnout, according to a recent Archives of Internal Medicine study. Nearly half of radiologists reported at least one symptom of burnout. Only providers in emergency medicine, general internal medicine, family medicine, and neurology are at equal or greater risk for this problem.
An informal poll of Diagnostic Imaging readers found that a full 93 percent experience burnout to some degree, with 19 percent reporting they are burned out every day.
Having a general lack of enthusiasm for your work can feel overwhelming, and it can ultimately impact patient care. But there are ways for you to stave off or reverse the effects of burnout.
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