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Burnout, job satisfaction, and anxiety-depression among family physicians: A cross-sectional study.

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Summary of "Burnout, job satisfaction, and anxiety-depression among family physicians: A cross-sectional study."

Physicians are the most burn-outed group among the occupations. Among the physicians, family physicians have the highest burnout rates. Our objective in this study is to determine factors that are effective on work satisfaction of family physicians and their correlations with their burnout, anxiety-depression levels.

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Name: Journal of family medicine and primary care
ISSN: 2249-4863
Pages: 952-956

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