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Too Many Tests, Too Little Time: Doctors Say They Face ‘Moral Injury’ Because of a Business Model That Interferes with Patient Care

17:25 EST 3 Feb 2020 | Bioethics.com

(The Washington Post) – Corl, 42 and now an assistant professor of medicine at Brown University, is among a growing number of physicians, nurses, social workers and other clinicians who are using the phrase “moral injury” to describe their inner … Read More

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