Commentary on: Factors contributing to burnout among perfusionists in the United States

Bui, J
November 2011
Perfusion;Nov2011, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p468
Academic Journal
A discussion on the paper "Factors contributing to burnout among perfusionists in the United States" that was presented at the 32nd Annual Seminar of the American Academy of Cardiovascular Perfusion (AACP) is presented. The discussion includes comments from Jessica Bui of Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina; Joel Davis of Sedona, Arizona, George Glenn of Rochester, Minnesota; and co-moderator David Clements.


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