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Lokvani Team
11/27/2017

Indian Medical Association Survey

Survey: How happy & satisfied are doctors
Total 1781 responses were received and following were the observation:
 
·         Only 37.7% of doctors were satisfied
·         Only 45.1% doctor’s got complete 7 hours sleep.
·         82% doctors felt stressed out
·         34.5% doctors had high blood pressure
·         18.6% doctors had diabetes
·         61.6% doctors had a fear of violence while giving consultation.
·         56.5% doctors had thought of hiring security in their clinic premises.
·         Only 8% doctors had 1st choice for their children to become doctor
·         75.6% doctors had anxiety.
·         26.4% doctors indulged in social drinking.
·         45.4% doctors were afraid of possible violence
·         24.6% doctors were afraid of being sued.
·         13.5% doctors were afraid for criminal prosecution​

( Dr KK Aggarwal, National President, IMA )

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