079 | What PAs Can Learn From Dogs About Toxic Work Environments

Research studies done several years ago by a psychologist named Martin Seligman on dogs revealed a concept called learned helplessness. This idea can explain why some physician assistants / physician associates act in ways that others don't understand, such as why they are staying in a toxic role that is contributing to their burnout symptoms.

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