Syndicated Report

Physician Burnout 2019

August 5, 2019

Following our 2016 research, in an effort to monitor this important issue, InCrowd again has asked our physicians how they’re coping with job-related stress.

Our 2019 Physician Burnout Report reveals several important findings. For example, Primary care physicians (PCPs) report higher burnout rates than specialists, with 79% of PCPs personally experiencing burnout compared with 57% of specialists. And, more than a third of InCrowd physicians surveyed said they would not recommend their profession to a young family member. Check out our report to learn other key findings on this pervasive issue.

Methodology: 5-Minute MicroSurvey
Method: 4 Questions
Crowds: 612 Physicians (657 Total Screened)
Fielding Period: June 6 – 7, 2019

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