Physician career satisfaction across specialties.

@article{Leigh2002PhysicianCS,
  title={Physician career satisfaction across specialties.},
  author={John Paul Leigh and Richard L. Kravitz and Mike Schembri and Steven J. Samuels and Shanaz Mobley},
  journal={Archives of internal medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={162 14},
  pages={
          1577-84
        }
}
BACKGROUND The career satisfaction and dissatisfaction physicians experience likely influence the quality of medical care. OBJECTIVE To compare career satisfaction across specialties among US physicians. METHODS We analyzed data from the Community Tracking Study of 12 474 physicians (response rate, 65%) for the late 1990s. Data are cross-sectional. Two satisfaction variables were created: very satisfied and dissatisfied. Thirty-three specialty categories were analyzed. RESULTS After… CONTINUE READING
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