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Resident Wellness Survey Study Results Published in JAPMA

May 11, 2021

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Podiatric medical residents could benefit from wellness programs to improve their well-being according to a study published in JAPMA. In “Podiatry Resident Wellness: A Group Survey Study,” Patrick A. DeHeer, DPM, et al concluded levels of physical, emotional, and financial wellness to be “alarmingly low.” More than 40 percent of respondents reported having anxiety or depression and are experiencing professional burnout.

Read the article and visit APMA’s Well-Being Web Page for many resources on the subject of clinician well-being and burnout.


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