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Depression Among Resident Physicians

January 4, 20161 min
[Read the Article] Even in the general population, people often don't want to talk about depression, which is one of the major reasons it isn't always treated properly. Depression is also a concern in the medical community, particularly affecting physicians in training known as medical residents. A considerable number of medical residents suffer significant depressive symptoms at various times during their training. What should be done to address the problem? [Watch more videos of The JAMA Report]

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