In a recent study published online ahead of print in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, researchers found that one third of oncologists in the U.S. reported being satisfied with their work-life balance (WLB), which is a lower proportion than for other specialties.

Female oncologists had lower satisfaction with WLB than their male counterparts. In addition, 26.5%, 34.3%, 28.9% of oncologists, respectively, reported a moderate or higher likelihood of decreasing their clinical work hours in the next year, leaving their current position within two years, and planning to retire before age 65.

Renal & Urology News invites nephrologists and urologists to answer the following poll question.

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