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But with long hours, heavy workloads, and high expectations, its no wonder that many residents experience docHub stress. Understanding the magnitude of the pressure is essential. ing to a 2022 Medscape survey, over 47% of physicians reported feeling burned out, and many of these feelings start in residency.
Medical residency often comes with long hours, high stress, and little free time. Quitting residency could allow you to regain control over your personal life and restore a healthier work-life balance. This balance is often essential for personal happiness and maintaining strong relationships with loved ones.
However, residency can also be a time of docHub stress. Residents are forced to navigate the demands of preceptors, other residents, medical students, nurses, patients, family members, and administrators. Residents have very little control over what they do, when they do it, or how they do it.
A resident doctor is a medical school graduate and doctor in training whos taking part in a graduate medical education (GME) program. Health care facilities commonly refer to resident doctors as residents and first-year residents as interns.
Resident: A medical school graduate training in an accredited clinical setting. Intern: A first-year resident. Fellow: A physician training after residency for specialization. Attending: A licensed physician who can practice without supervision and oversee interns, residents, and fellows in their field.
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Thomas P., DO: The most difficult part of residency is sometimes feeling like youre part of a system where your work is meaningless. I have been in positions many times where I have seen the healthcare system fail my patient. We overcharge patients for things they dont need.
For example, dermatology and pathology are less stressful residencies, as they typically involve less demanding schedules and lower patient volumes.
Medical residency often comes with long hours, high stress, and little free time. Quitting residency could allow you to regain control over your personal life and restore a healthier work-life balance. This balance is often essential for personal happiness and maintaining strong relationships with loved ones.

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