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What's new in academic medicine: Can we effectively address the burnout epidemic in healthcare?

Tolentino Julia C, Guo Weidun Alan, Ricca Robert L, Vazquez Daniel, Martins Noel, Sweeney Joan, Moalem Jacob, Derrick Ellen L. T, Sholevar Farhad, Marchionni Christine, Wagner Virginia, Orlando James P, Paul Elisabeth, Psaila Justin, Papadimos Thomas J, Stawicki Stanislaw P

Year : 2017| Volume: 3| Issue : 3 | Page no: 1-12

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