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  • Das Burnout is a public health issue in Germany
  • Das Burnout is a public health issue in Germany
    Janssem Cardoso (2016) ©
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Das Burnout is a public health issue in Germany

To many, Germans epitomise a Protestant work ethic with a reputation for not letting anything get in the way of efficiency. But the modern German may actually be less stoic, with 'das Burnout' – which has become the country's latest buzzword – sparking a public health debate.

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