- •Key Finding: Despite numerous departmental initiatives intended to improve culture, workplace efficiency, work-life balance, and personal wellness, self-reported burnout among academic medical center radiologists showed no measurable improvement over time.
- •Importance: Physician and employee wellness embedded into institutional culture may be more effective than local departmental improvement initiatives.
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