Doctors are confronted everyday with stark sufferings, grief and death as few other people do. It is indisputable that the responsibility shouldered by them is considered to be the greatest. They are the guardians of souls and bodies of people. Since people are cured, God willing from the most incurable and severest diseases through them, any error on their part may lead to delay in recovery, or even in death. They perform multifaceted functions like advising therapeutic diet, giving physical aid to fight diseases, doing surgeries and recommending medicines to prevent diseases. They steal away their own time to give their patients more time. They are involved in helping others lead happy, healthy and productive lives but pay little attention to their own well being. This book provides an insight into the level of burnout, ways of coping and job satisfaction among doctors working in Government and Private hospitals.