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Physician vacation habits and favorite travel spots: Exclusive survey results available

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We asked our physician audience about their vacation habits, whether they use all of their allotted days, and if they work while off. In addition, we asked them about their best (and worst) vacation spots.

Physicians don't take enough vacation. A study published earlier this year in JAMA Network Open found that most physicians take less than three weeks each year and a vast majority work while vacationing.

So we decided to ask our physician readers about their vacation habits, including their favorite and least favorite vacation destinations. You can check out all of our exclusive data below. (Free registration is required to view the data.)

2024 Physician Vacation Survey results

Favorite Vacation Location results

Worst Vacation Location results

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