Stress and depression among medical students: a cross‐sectional study

@article{Dahlin2005StressAD,
  title={Stress and depression among medical students: a cross‐sectional study},
  author={Marie Dahlin and Nils Joneborg and Bo Runeson},
  journal={Medical Education},
  year={2005},
  volume={39}
}
Objective  To assess the exposure to different stressors and the prevalence of depression among medical students at different levels of education, taking gender differences into account. 

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