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Perfectionism can lead to burnout in the orthopedics field.

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The published literature indicates that between 40% to 60% of orthopedic surgeons will experience episodes or burnout at some point in their careers.
“A meta-analysis of the literature suggests that only 3% of surgeons experience chronic burnout, but one-in-three to two-in-three in the course of their career will have some periods of burnout,” Wayne M. Sotile, PhD, founder of the Center for Physician Resilience and author of The Thriving Physician, told Healio/Orthopedics Today. “It is



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