Health Leaders: Are Your Physician’s Suffering from Moral Injury – or Burnout?

The concept of moral injury expresses the systemic nature of the strain on physicians and the need for a comprehensive approach to address the problem. The root of the problem is “moral injury” resulting from the multiple roles physicians are playing in contradiction to their moral imperative to take care of patients, Simon Talbot, MD, and Wendy Dean, MD, wrote this month in a blog post published by Medical Economics. Are Your Physician’s Suffering from Moral Injury or Burnout?

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