Patterns of distress in US medical students.

  title={Patterns of distress in US medical students.},
  author={Liselotte N. Dyrbye and William Rainey Harper and Steven J. Durning and Christine Moutier and Matthew R. Thomas and F. Stanford Massie and Anne M Eacker and David V Power and Daniel W Szydlo and Jeff A. Sloan and Tait D Shanafelt},
  journal={Medical teacher},
  volume={33 10},
BACKGROUND How multiple forms of psychological distress coexist in individual medical students has not been formally studied. AIM To explore the prevalence of various forms of distress in medical students and their relationship to recent suicidal ideation or serious thoughts of dropping out of school. METHODS All medical students at seven US schools were surveyed with standardized instruments to evaluate burnout, depression, stress, mental quality of life (QOL), physical QOL, and fatigue… CONTINUE READING
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