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Dealing with stressors that cause physician fatigue

Physicians’ desire to function professionally and act in the best interest of patients and their families influences and even determines every action they take. However, this dedication sometimes leads to psychosocial issues that can jeopardize their health and job performance. Stress, along with depression and generalized anxiety disorder, are some of the psychosocial issues that can lead to serious fatigue, and they are occurring with increasing frequency in the United States

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