Tackling burnout by being a group


Burnout is an all too real phenomenon for many in health care. Here's a look at some ways to tackle and prevent it.

For many physicians, burnout can be a real issue that may lead to leaving the field of medicine if it becomes too onerous. Contemporary Pediatrics sat down with Carl D. Sorgen, MD, FAAP, DABP, who was a partner and founding father of Children's Medical Group, in Poughkeepsie, New York, with offices in Rhinebeck, Hyde Park, Fishkill, Modena. Hopewell, Kingston, and Newburgh, to discuss his advice for combating the issue.

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