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Study Finds High Rate of Depression Among Resident Physicians

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?

Click here to read the full report from JAMA, Journal of the American Medical Association.