Hepatology providers report significant burnout during COVID-19

Hepatology providers report significant burnout during COVID-19

More than 40% of hepatology providers said burnout during COVID-19 negatively impacted their well-being, including work fulfillment and satisfaction, according to a presentation at The Liver Meeting Digital Experience.“Among those surveyed, burnout is more common in younger respondents or those who have practiced less than 10 years,” Mark W. Russo, MD, transplant hepatologist and gastroenterologist from Atrium Health-Wake Forest in Charlotte, North Carolina, said during the presentation. ‘Those who reported burnout feel less supported by their leadership. Compared to MDs,Read More

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