Happy doctors? Balancing professional and personal commitments

Baerlocher, Mark O.
June 2006
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;6/20/2006, Vol. 174 Issue 13, p1831
Academic Journal
Presents the results of a research which dealt with the professional and personal commitments of physicians in Canada. Assessment of the lifestyles of physicians in specialties such as cardiology and urology; Proportion of the members of specialist groups such as endocrinology who are satisfied with the balance between their professional and personal commitments.


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