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How urologists can identify and prevent burnout and depression

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“Physicians should take better care of their own personal needs [and] create some boundaries…for a more balanced life,” says William Lynes, MD.

In this video, William Lynes, MD, discusses ways in which urologists can identify burnout and depression in themselves and fellow clinicians as well as prevention tactics for these conditions. Lynes is a retired urologist from the Southern California Kaiser Permanente Medical Group, Riverside, California.

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