Physician survey shows work-home conflicts are common

09/24/2013 | Medscape (free registration)

Work-home conflicts linked to long hours and burnout are common among U.S. physicians from all specialties and their partners who work, according to a Mayo Clinic survey. The study in the Journal of General Internal Medicine found younger doctors, female physicians and those working in academic medical centers were more likely to have work-home conflicts.

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