Looking Beyond Personal Stressors: An Examination of How Academic Stressors Contribute to Depression in Australian Graduate Medical Students
Background: Medical school is a challenging environment that requires students to deal effectively with stress borne out of the medical education environment, as well as their personal lives. Previous research has not systemically distinguished between academic and personal sources of stress, and in particular has not explored the independent contribution that academic stressors make to medical student depression. Purposes: This study aimed to investigate whether academic stressors make a...[Show more]
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