Approximately 45% of emergency physicians in the United States are uncomfortable about seeking mental health care if they needed it. When it comes to seeking mental health treatment, 73% of emergency physicians feel there is stigma in their workplace. Approximately 57% report they would be concerned for their job if they were to seek mental health treatment. However, 71% say that their ability to access mental health treatment as either good or excellent. About 87% of emergency physicians report they have been feeling more stress since the start of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Additionally, about 72% report experiencing more . . .