The Impact of Stigma and Personal Experiences on the Help-Seeking Behaviors of Medical Students With Burnout

@article{Dyrbye2015TheIO,
  title={The Impact of Stigma and Personal Experiences on the Help-Seeking Behaviors of Medical Students With Burnout},
  author={Liselotte N. Dyrbye and Anne Eacker and Steven J. Durning and Chantal Brazeau and Christine Yu Moutier and F. Stanford Massie and Daniel V. Satele and Jeff Sloan and Tait D. Shanafelt},
  journal={Academic Medicine},
  year={2015},
  volume={90},
  pages={961–969}
}
Purpose Because of the high prevalence of burnout among medical students and its association with professional and personal consequences, the authors evaluated the help-seeking behaviors of medical students with burnout and compared their stigma perceptions with those of the general U.S. population and age-matched individuals. Method The authors surveyed students at six medical schools in 2012. They measured burnout, symptoms of depression, and quality of life using validated instruments and… Expand
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