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Time to take depression in medical students seriously
 

Time to take depression in medical students seriously

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A study sheds new light that depression among medical students is a worldwide problem, and being in a position to seek medical help paradoxically reduces such behaviour – is it time to re-examine the way medical training is conducted?
 
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21 Dec 2016 - General
 
It is nice that articles and studies like the one mentioned in this post highlight the widespread problem of depression. The occurrence of depressive disorders among medical students are high in India also. Moreover, the suicidal rates among the medi...
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Mahmoud AbdelAziz education systems must be managed to encourage student to love and continue their path to professional career.
Many exams and a lot of information will never be helpfu...
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This problem is like the tip of an iceberg. There is so little that shows to the outside world, but deep inside many students are in a silent struggle to overcome their difficulties. Recently a very good friend of mine committed suicide in the medica...
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Due to the intense competition within medical school, the heavy workload and lack of time for leisure, some individuals may fall prey to depression. The issue here is that some may not seek help due to the stigma associated with seeking psychological...
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There has been too many studies about medical students which is experiencing depression. The high demands including studying, working, overnight shifts in hospitals and sleep deprivation can contribute medical students be at risk to depression and su...
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It is not a healthy sign that young generation that is being healthcare professional are going toward a depressive state of mind. Medical students are highly educated and qualified therefore they have chosen a legitimate profession. There is a need o...
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The article illustrates well the impact school environment and the extent of the problem at the same time tries to find some solutions. We have to admit firstly that depression among medical students is a real problem. Unfortunately, some professors ...
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