Clarifying the Language of Clinician Distress

19:00 EST 30 Jan 2020 | JAMA

This Viewpoint argues that moral dilemma, moral distress, and moral injury more accurately and etiologically characterize what most people refer to as physician burnout, and proposes that this reconception can lead to more effective prevention strategies and targeted solutions to address physician stress, frustration, dissatisfaction, and depression.

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