Reassuring the medical students’ disease – Health related anxiety among medical students
- MedicineMedical teacher
There was a significant rise in the emotional–distress process with entering the clinical years followed by a significant decrease later on, and a similar pattern was seen in health anxiety and in preoccupation with and fear of illness and death.
Increased Frequency of Health Anxiety in Health Science Students: a Cross Sectional Study in a Greek University
- Medicine, EducationMedical archives
This relatively neglected hypothesis that studying health sciences may increase the risk for developing health anxiety in students of a Greek university is identified.
PREVALENCE AND DETERMINANTS OF ILLNESS ANXIETY DISORDER AMONG MEDICAL STUDENTS IN KING
- Medicine, Psychology
It is essential for medical schools to establish a screening scheme that would serve early detection of IAD and offer referral and psychiatric care for the students to prevent the resulting psychosocial disability and functional impairment.
Health anxiety and cyberchondria among Ege University health science students.
- Medicine, EducationNurse education today
Are Medical Students Stressed Out?: A Study of Gender Differences and Coping in Undergraduates
Introduction: Medical education is seemingly an endless sequence of demanding schedules and a vast course compacted in a short duration with an alarming increase in stress, depression and anxiety…
Attitudes Associated with Hypochondria and Abnormal Behavior Towards Illness in Health Science Students
- Education, MedicinePsychiatric Quarterly
According to the surveys used, a considerable sample of students showed abnormal behaviors towards the disease associated with the hypochondria, so it is important to continue monitoring students to reduce these factors.
“Medical Student Syndrome”—A Myth or a Real Disease Entity? Cross-Sectional Study of Medical Students of the Medical University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland
- Medicine, PsychologyInternational journal of environmental research and public health
Examining the sample of students in order to assess and compare their level of hypochondriacal attitudes and health-related anxiety showed that medical students obtained the same scores on a nosophobic scale as the non-medical students.
Health anxiety of Iranian medical students during the COVID-19 pandemic
- MedicineNeuropsychiatria i Neuropsychologia
The increased health anxiety among medical students in Iran during the COVID-19 pandemic should be taken into serious consideration and psychological and social support for students by focusing on their normal study routine can reduce their stress during the global coronavirus epidemic.
Declining health anxiety throughout medical studies: It is mainly about a more relaxed perception of the health-related concerns
- Medicine, PsychologyMedical teacher
Studying medicine does not seem to relevantly affect the level of health-related concerns, but the degree by which they are perceived as disruptive declines as a specific function of advancing stages of education.
Cyberchondria in First Year Medical Students of Yogyakarta
Female students more frequently searched for physical symptoms on the Internet, and afterwards, consulted the results with a General Practitioner (GP), discussed with a GP, or went to other specialists; and thus, more frequently required reassurance after online search, compared to male students.
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Hypochondriacal fears and beliefs in medical and law students.
- Psychology, MedicineArchives of general psychiatry
The prevalence of hypochondriacal concerns in medical students was substantially lower than the previously reported incidence over four years of study; this supports the previous observation that most of these reactions are short lived.
The course of transient hypochondriasis.
- Psychology, MedicineThe American journal of psychiatry
Patients who experienced hypochondriacal episodes at the beginning of the study were significantly more hypochondriaacal 2 years later than comparison patients, and were not, however, any more likely to develop DSM-III-R-defined hypochondRIasis.
NOSOPHOBIA AND HYPOCHONDRIASIS IN MEDICAL STUDENTS
- MedicineThe Journal of nervous and mental disease
Anyone who has studied nursery school children will be impressed by Mrs. Ficke's ability to reproduce directly the successive stages and the shifting valences which underlie their paintings.
Medical students' disease: hypochondriasis in medical education.
- MedicineJournal of medical education