Physicians aren’t ‘burning out.’ They’re suffering from moral injury
Published in July 2018, this article introduced the concept of moral injury to healthcare.
The Real Epidemic: Not Burnout But 'Moral Injury' Of Doctors Unable To Do Right By Patients
A physician-as-family-member perspective on the crisis of clincian distress.
Time Magazine: 'We Carry That Burden.' Medical Workers Fighting COVID-19 Are Facing a Mental Health Crisis
Psychology Today: The Healers Are Hurting
Scientific American: Psychological Trauma is the Next Crisis for Heath Workers
Kaiser Health News: Beyond Burnout: Docs Decry ‘Moral Injury’ From Financial Pressures Of Health Care
Advisory Board: 'The real epidemic in medicine today': Why this MD believes 'moral injury' is hurting doctors—and patients
Radiology Business: ‘Burnout’ is no longer enough; radiology and other specialties suffering ‘moral injury’
ReliasMedia: Don’t Call It Burnout: Clinicians Are Suffering ‘Moral Injury; Breaking the Oath to Protect the Patient
Health Leaders Media: Are Your Physicians Suffering from Burnout--Or Moral Injury?
Lown Institute: Moral Injury: A Systemic Issue In Medicine
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Transitioning trauma research: Navigating the regulatory requirements for medical product development
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