The British Medical Association (BMA) reports that doctors also say there has been a greater sense of team working and they are feeling less burdened by bureaucracy.
Thirty-two percent say they have accessed wellbeing support services to address their issues.
BMA Northern Ireland chair and local GP Dr Tom Black says: “Just over 33% of respondents also said they had to find alternative childcare during this time, which I know added considerably to many doctors stress levels.
“Worryingly, a small number also said they were unable to work or had to reduce their hours due to childcare concerns.
“We would be keen to see appropriate provision made for the summer where access to normal summer camps may not be available.”
There were 285 respondents to the survey which took place last week.