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Doctors are among the healthiest segments of the population in western countries. Nevertheless, they complain strongly of stress and burnout. Their own explanation is deprofessionalisation: The honourable art of doctoring has been replaced by standardised interventions and production lines; professional autonomy has withered. This view is shared by many medical sociologists who have identified a "golden age of medicine," or "golden age of doctoring," starting after World War II and decliningdoi:10.7577/pp.989 fatcat:wsfp6dutbfcjlb2tqhtcqufhkm