Physician burnout and violence at the workplace

  • Upreet Dhaliwal UCMS Delhi
Keywords: Physician burnout, workplace violence


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Dhaliwal, U. (2018). Physician burnout and violence at the workplace. Research & Humanities in Medical Education, 5, 1-3. Retrieved from