Rotenstein LS, Torre M, Ramos MA, Rosales RC, Guille C, Sen S, Mata DA. Prevalence of Burnout Among Physicians: A Systematic Review. JAMA, 2018.
- Is an 80-Hour Workweek Enough to Train a Doctor? Harvard Business Review, 2019.
- The Unspoken Causes Of Physician Burnout. Forbes, 2019.
- Doctors Today May Be Miserable, But Are They 'Burnt Out'? NPR, 2018.
Rotenstein LS, Ramos MA, Torre M, Segal JB, Peluso MJ, Guille C, Sen S, Mata DA. Prevalence of Depression, Depressive Symptoms, and Suicidal Ideation Among Medical Students: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. JAMA, 2016.
- Depression common among medical school students, study finds. Boston Globe, 2016.
- 27% of Medical Students Are Depressed. Time Magazine, 2016.
- Study: More than a quarter of medical students are depressed, suicidal. CNN, 2016.
- Doctors have alarmingly high rates of depression. One reason: medical school. Vox, 2016.
- Medical School Can Be an Emotional Pressure-Cooker. US News & World Report, 2016.
Mata, DA, et al. In their own words: an analysis of the experiences of medical interns participating in a prospective cohort study of depression. Academic Medicine, 2016.
- Doctors on life support. Time Magazine, 2015.
- Hospitals scramble to help doctors-in-training with depression. STAT News, 2016.
- Resident burnout: an interview with Dr. Douglas A. Mata. NEJM Podcast, 2016.
- Study finds depression during internship could have profound impact on physicians’ careers. Becker's Hospital Review, 2016.
- The depression epidemic plaguing doctors. The Week, 2016.
Kohn TP, Mata DA (Equal Contributors), et al. Effects of testosterone replacement therapy on lower urinary tract symptoms: a systematic review and meta-analysis. European Urology, 2016.
Mata, DA, et al. Prevalence of depression and depressive symptoms among resident physicians: a systematic review and meta-analysis. JAMA, 2015.
- 29% of young doctors are depressed: Study. Time Magazine, 2015.
- A quarter of new doctors have signs of depression, and their patients may be suffering because of it. The Independent, 2015.
- Depression among residents on the rise. Medscape, 2015.
- Depression prevalence among resident physicians is 'extraordinarily high' - physician's first watch. NEJM Journal Watch, 2015.
- Doctors in training face high risk of depression. Boston Globe, 2015.
- Do residencies make doctors-in-training depressed? Newsweek, 2015.
- Epidemiology of depression. Wikipedia, 2015.
- More than a quarter of new doctors may be depressed. US News & World Report, 2015.
- Nearly a third of new doctors at high risk for depression. Washington Post, 2015.
- New study shows doctors-in-training experience depression at alarmingly high rates. Yahoo! News, 2015.
- One third of young doctors are depressed: US study. Daily Mail, 2015.
- Physicians in training may be at high risk for depression. Boston Magazine, 2015.
- Resident depression: an interview with Dr. Douglas A. Mata. Sirius/XM Doctor Radio, 2015.
- Should doctors in training work fewer hours? The New York Times, 2016.
- Silence is the enemy for doctors who have depression. The New York Times, 2016.
- To the doctors struggling with depression: you are not alone. KevinMD.com, 2015.
Bernie, AM, Mata, DA (Equal Contributors), et al. Comparison of mTESE, cTESE, and TESA for nonobstructive azoospermia: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Fertility and Sterility, 2015.
- Recommended articles in urology and male infertility. F1000 Prime, 2016.
- Testicular sperm extraction. Wikipedia, 2015.
Khan, R, Lin, JS, Mata, DA. Addressing depression and suicide among physician trainees. JAMA Psychiatry, 2015.
- Addressing depression and suicide among physician trainees. JAMA Psychiatry, 2015.
- Are physician burnout & depression the same? Dr. Douglas A. Mata provides insight. The Doctor Paradox, 2016.
- Stress in medical students. Wikipedia, 2016.
Mata, DA, et al. Can we predict future depression in residents before the start of clinical training? Medical Education, 2015.
von Rundstedt, FC, Mata, DA (Equal Contributors), et al. Significance of LVI in organ-confined, node-negative urothelial cancer of the bladder: data from the prospective p53-MVAC trial. British Journal of Urology International, 2015.
- Article of the week: significance of LVI in organ-confined, node-negative UCB: the p53-MVAC trial. BJUI, 2015.
- Can we rely on LVI to determine the need for adjuvant chemotherapy in organ-confined bladder cancer? BJUI, 2015.
Guu, T. S. Y., Liu Z, Ye Q, Mata DA, et al. Structure of the hepatitis E virus-like particle suggests mechanisms for virus assembly and receptor binding. PNAS, 2009.