Self-rated health of primary care house officers and its relationship to psychological and spiritual well-being

@article{Yi2007SelfratedHO,
  title={Self-rated health of primary care house officers and its relationship to psychological and spiritual well-being},
  author={Michael S. Yi and Joseph M. Mrus and Caroline V Mueller and Sara E. Luckhaupt and Amy H. Peterman and Christina Maria Puchalski and Joel Tsevat},
  journal={BMC Medical Education},
  year={2007},
  volume={7},
  pages={9 - 9}
}
BACKGROUND The stress associated with residency training may place house officers at risk for poorer health. We sought to determine the level of self-reported health among resident physicians and to ascertain factors that are associated with their reported health. METHODS A questionnaire was administered to house officers in 4 residency programs at a large Midwestern medical center. Self-rated health was determined by using a health rating scale (ranging from 0 = death to 100 = perfect health… CONTINUE READING

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