Health Populi September 13, 2023
Jane Sarasohn-Kahn

One-half of clinicians working in the U.S., doctors and nurses alike, are considering leaving their current role in the next two to three years.

That 1 in 2 clinicians is significantly greater than the global 37% of physicians and nurses thinking about leaving their roles in the next 3 years, according to the report Clinician of the Future 2023 from Elsevier.

Elsevier first conducted research among doctors and nurses for the Clinician of the Future report in 2022, following up this year’s survey research online among 2,607 clinicians working around the world: Elsevier polled 365 U.S. clinicians for the 2023 research (fielded in April and May 2023).

In 3 years’ time, globally, 7 in 10 clinicians expect that both physicians...

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