An investigation of self-structure, social identity and norms in medical student wellbeing
Medical students suffer from a higher prevalence of mental health problems than is seen in the general population. While the literature examining medical student distress has been extensive, it has been focused on establishing the prevalence of mental health problems and the associated adverse outcomes. It is argued in this thesis that there is a need for the field to move beyond the study of the prevalence of medical student distress towards the examination of factors that contribute to...[Show more]
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