Much research has gone into studying patient race and ethnicity and their effect on the care received. Medscape’s Emergency Physician Lifestyle Survey asked emergency medicine (EM) doctors how they racially and ethnically self-identify in order to explore associations with patient care, personal choices, and levels of happiness. The survey also posed questions from previous years about burnout, bias, and other lifestyle factors. More than 14,000 physicians from over 27 specialties responded and provided some surprising results.
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