US and International Physicians' COVID-19 Experiences: What's Your Opinion?


September 11, 2020

Physicians worldwide have put their physical and mental health at risk as they battle the coronavirus pandemic.

In our US and International Physicians' COVID-19 Experience Report: Risk, Burnout, Loneliness, almost 7500 physicians from the United States, Brazil, France, Germany, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, and the United Kingdom told Medscape about their universal — yet also varied — struggles to save patients.

Many are dealing with loneliness and strife in their personal lives, and often a changed view of medicine and their career.

Tell us what you think! Please be sure to see the US and International Physicians' COVID-19 Experience Report and add your comments here. What did you think of our report? Do the findings match your own experiences of treating COVID-19 patients or dealing with the pandemic? We look forward to hearing from you.

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