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Doctors Coping with COVID, Pt. 2

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Doctors Coping with COVID, Pt. 2

The pandemic is exacerbating longstanding mental health issues among health care providers. In part two of our series, we examine why more doctors don’t seek help, and the costly consequences that…
September 10, 2020

Doctors Coping with COVID, Pt. 2

The pandemic is exacerbating longstanding mental health issues among health care providers. In part two of our series, we examine why more doctors don’t seek help, and the costly consequences that distress can have.

Guests,

Mona Masood, MO, founder, Physician Support Line

Lotte Dyrbye, MD, MHPE, Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota

Katherine Gold, MD, Associate Professor, University of Michigan

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