According to an article published by a team of researchers from the Medical College of South Carolina, Harvard Medical School and the University of Michigan in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, similar factors cause both medical intern burnout and depression. These findings can be used to identify and treat burnout as well as mitigate the risk of burnout by modifying workplace factors.
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