STATLine: Physician Hobbies & Pastimes
“Do not become too deeply absorbed in your profession to exclude all outside interests. No matter what it is, have an outside hobby. When tired of anatomy refresh your minds with Holmes, Keats, Shelley, or Shakespeare.” Sir William Osler
Physician Burnout and Depression Stats1
- 42 percent of physicians experience burnout symptoms
- Primary care specialties such as Internal Medicine (46 percent) and Family Medicine (47 percent) have some of the highest rates of burnout (46 and 47 percent respectively)
- Female physicians experience higher rates of burnout than males (48 vs 38 percent)
- Physicians’ jobs are the greatest factor in feelings of burnout
One of the best ways to beat this burnout is to cultivating hobbies and carving out leisure time.
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CARS 2018 Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery
June 20-23, 2018; Berlin, Germany
2018 New England Neurosurgical Society Annual Meeting
June 28-30, 2018; Chatham, MA
15th International Congress on Neuromuscular Diseases
July 6-10, 2018; Vienna
International Summer School Transnasal Endoscopic Surgery: From Sinuses to Skull Base
July 9-13, 2018; Brescia, Italy
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July 12-15, 2018; London
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