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The Relationship Between Primary Care Physician Burnout and Patient-Reported Care Experiences: a Cross-sectional Study.

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Summary of "The Relationship Between Primary Care Physician Burnout and Patient-Reported Care Experiences: a Cross-sectional Study."

Primary care physician (PCP) burnout is prevalent and on the rise. Physician burnout may negatively affect patient experience of care.

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Name: Journal of general internal medicine
ISSN: 1525-1497
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