Undetected Sleep Disorders Contribute to Healthcare Worker Burnout.

Undiagnosed sleep disorders are associated with occupational burnout among healthcare providers, according to results of a study published in JAMA Network Open. Though more than half of physicians in the United States report burnout and sleep deficiency is common among healthcare workers, the prevalence of sleep disorders and their association with burnout among healthcare workers has […]

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Undiagnosed sleep disorders are associated with occupational burnout among healthcare providers, according to results of a study published in JAMA Network Open.

Though more than half of physicians in the United States report burnout and sleep deficiency is common among healthcare workers, the prevalence of sleep disorders and their association with burnout among healthcare workers has not yet been determined.

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