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Physician burnout: Mayo researchers identify effective interventions

ROCHESTER, Minn. — After highlighting that more than half of American physicians are experiencing burnout, Mayo Clinic researchers now have identified some solutions that are being used to prevent or lessen burnout around the world. The findings show that some of the approaches being used are effective and making a difference. The article appears in the […]
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