A survey report on the survival status of Chinese doctors in 2017 【Free Download】

The report summary

The 2017 Chinese doctor survival present situation investigation report for medical and iresearch joint survey report, the report analyzes the doctor employee turnover, doctor population living condition, doctors, physical and mental health problems, and connecting with the health care policy analysis the way to improve the doctor living environment, hope this report can provide reference for doctor to improve living environment.



Chinese doctors are leaving the company

2. High work intensity, slow promotion and high pressure

2.1 great work intensity

2.2 learning is endless

Work and study are endless, and doctor’s life is not good

3.1 eating disorders

3.2 low sleep quality

3.3 poor quality of life

3.4 less exercise time

Working life is too much work, doctor’s health is not guaranteed

4.1 health risks are high

4.2 overwork disease

4.3 psychological stress

5 pay does not return, body and mind is exhausted choose to leave

5.1 wages are low

5.2 career expectations are low

5.3 problems of doctor-patient relationship

6 alleviate the pressure of doctors and help hospitals to keep good doctors

6.1 keep the doctor in the hospital

Appendix: basic information of the questionnaire

The chart directory

More than half of China’s doctors in 2017 said they worked more than 60 hours a week

Figures 1-2 in 2017, 43.5 percent of doctors in China said they would stay more than eight times a month

FIG. 1-3 the study time of Chinese doctors in 2017

Figure 1-4 China’s 69.4 percent of senior doctors in 2017 said they attend meetings more than four times a month

Figure 2-1 in 2017, 83.4% of doctors in China have irregular meal times

Figure 2-2. Chinese doctors’ catering APP preference in 2017

Figure 2-3: in 2017, 42.2 percent of doctors in China suffer from sleep problems

Figure 2-4 Chinese doctor group study time survey in 2017

Figure 2-4 in 2017, 42.7 percent of doctors in China said they often learn to recharge during breaks

Figure 2-5 Chinese doctors’ monthly exercise frequency survey in 2017

In figure 3-1, 28.2 percent of doctors in China are potentially obese

FIG. 3-2 the probability of male obesity among Chinese doctors in 2017 is 7.3 percent, and it is 2.7 percent higher than that of females

FIG. 3-3. In 2017, Chinese doctors often suffer from gastroenteritis, shoulder and neck inflammation, lumbar muscle strain, lumbar disc and migraine

Figure 3-4 the primary pressure of Chinese doctors in 2017 comes from doctor-patient relationship and working hours

Figure 3-5 Chinese doctors’ group pressure cognition in 2017

Figure 4-1 Chinese doctor’s salary distribution in 2017, 71.6% monthly salary is less than 8000 yuan

Figure 4-2 in 2017, 54.4% of China’s doctors think their achievements are not matched

In figure 4-3, 46.4% of doctors in China think they have no confidence in the future

In 2017, 61.5 percent of doctors in China believe that doctor-patient relationship is a major source of stress

Figures 4-5, in 2017, 29.9 percent of the doctors in China said there were frequent medical incidents at hospitals

Fig.5-1 new regulations of jiangsu and liaoning in 2017

Figure 5-2 Beijing cancels the registration fee and medical treatment fee to medical service fee in 2017

Figure 6-1. Basic information of Chinese doctors’ questionnaires in 2017-1

Figure 6-2 basic information of Chinese doctors’ questionnaires in 2017-2

Figure 6-3 basic information of Chinese doctors’ questionnaires in 2017-3

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