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Beyond Clinical Medicine Episode 14: Clinician Burnout

Listen in on conversations with leading clinicians across the country that cover all the things they don’t teach you in residency in our new podcast Beyond Clinical Medicine. The topic of physician burnout and suicide is of vital importance to the clinical community today.

Physicians are often thought of as superhuman, but sadly, they are actually far more likely than the general population to take their own lives. On this #BeyondClinicalMedicine podcast, Dr. Rob Strauss talks with Dr. Robby Frantz, President of the TeamHealth West group, about the topic of physician burnout, how to support clinicians who are struggling, and what steps you can take to protect yourself from burnout. #SpeakUpSaveLives19

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