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Excessive workload, inadequate supervision, and a stressful work environment are among the recognized underlying causes of medical error. Professional competence and work environment, therefore, seem to be intertwined in dynamic terms. A stressful work environment affects working relational life with an exponential increase in conflict between workers. This affects the physician’s competence and ability to empathize with the patient. The doctor will have other things to think about and will not be able to be calm and relate to the person in front of him or her. Cigarette smoking, irritability, cynicism, and alcohol or drug abuse are just some of the consequences of work stress. The health company must be able to prevent such situations and plan actions to monitor workers’ stress.

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