Graduate entry and undergraduate medical students’ study approaches, stress levels and ways of coping: a five year longitudinal study

@inproceedings{Sandover2015GraduateEA,
  title={Graduate entry and undergraduate medical students’ study approaches, stress levels and ways of coping: a five year longitudinal study},
  author={Sally Sandover and Diana R.D. Jonas-Dwyer and Timothy J Marr},
  booktitle={BMC medical education},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Incorporating graduate students into undergraduate medical degree programs is a commonly accepted practice. However, it has only recently been recognized that these two types of students cope with their studies in various ways. The aim was to compare the learning approaches, stress levels and ways of coping of undergraduate (UG) and graduate entry medical students (GEMP) throughout their medical course. METHODS From 2007-2011 each of the five year cohorts of undergraduate and GEMP… CONTINUE READING
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