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LISTEN: Mental "burnout" increasingly common in health care-related professions

By Afternoon News Wrap

Mental burnout can take hold in any line of work, but it is especially prevalent (and dangerous) in the medical profession. Psychiatrist, instructor and author Dr. Michael F. Myers joined the ANW this week to talk about the issue increasingly popping up in the field of medicine, and how it can be addressed.

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LISTEN: Mental "burnout" increasingly common in health care-related professions
Mental "burnout" can take hold in any line of work, but it is especially prevalent (and dangerous) in the medical profession. Psychiatrist, instructor and author Dr. Michael F. Myers joined the ANW this week to talk about the issue increasingly popping up in the field of medicine, and how it can be addressed.
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