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Physician burnout is obviously a problem in the medical field, and yet many students in high school and college still want to be physicians. What advice would you give them going forward about what you think are the best ways for them to protect themselves from becoming burned out in the future, assuming that they decide to go into medicine as their career path? In addition, it is likely that these future physicians will carry more debt upon graduating from medical school than we did, which one could imagine would make them even more prone to burnout having such a high debt load to overcome. How would you further tailor your advice to include this potential factor as well?