Burnout syndrome in first to sixth-year medical students at a private university in the north of Mexico: descriptive cross-sectional study.

@article{AsencioLpez2016BurnoutSI,
  title={Burnout syndrome in first to sixth-year medical students at a private university in the north of Mexico: descriptive cross-sectional study.},
  author={Laura Asencio-L{\'o}pez and Guillermo Daniel Almaraz-Celis and Vicente Carrillo Maciel and Paola Huerta Valenzuela and Luis Silva Goytia and Marcos Mu{\~n}oz Torres and Fernando Monroy Caballero and Joel Regalado Tapia and Kerigma Dipp Martin and Dinorah L{\'o}pez Miranda and Clyvia Medina Lavenant and Karen Pizarro Rodr{\'i}guez and Cesar Santiago Mart{\'i}nez and Alma Geovanna Saucedo Aparicio and Rodolfo Flores Lepe},
  journal={Medwave},
  year={2016},
  volume={16 3},
  pages={e6432}
}
INTRODUCTION Burnout syndrome is a three-dimensional clinical syndrome caused by stress at work. It is frequent in professions which require direct contact with people. In Mexico, the presence of Burnout Syndrome in doctors and medical students, is characterized as a threat to their health, quality of life and professional performance. OBJECTIVES To evaluate the prevalence of burnout syndrome in students of years 1 through 6 of medical school at a private university in northern Mexico… CONTINUE READING
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