“Doctors are having to wrestle with two very real types of harm: It’s not just the physical harm of getting sick, it’s the feeling that I don’t get to practice medicine as usual and that I am at risk of abandoning my patient,” said Dr. Jason Morrow, of the Center for Medical Humanities and Ethics.

The Center for Medical Humanities and Ethics hosted about 50 area doctors on a conference call, called “PanPals”, to examine a recent New England Journal of Medicine article on this subject.

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