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OBJECTIVE: This article proposes and illustrates a conceptual model of medical student well-being. METHOD: The authors reviewed the literature on medical student stress, coping, and well-being and developed a model of medical student coping termed the "coping reservoir." RESULTS: The reservoir...
OBJECTIVE: To assess medical students’ experience with a wide variety of health concerns and their perceptions of the impact of these health concerns on their academic performance. METHODS: The National College Health Assessment (NCHA) was administered to all students enrolled at a single...
OBJECTIVE: The author proposes courses of action for medical schools to increase positive health promotion among medical students. METHOD: This article will review the current literature on medical student health care. Strategies of action for medical schools are proposed for increasing student...
OBJECTIVES: This article explores ethical and practical issues associated with the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) provision that states health professionals who provide psychiatric/psychological care to medical students must have no involvement in the academic evaluation or...
OBJECTIVE: The movement to limit work hours for house staff has gained momentum in recent years. The authors set out to review the literature on work hours reform, particularly as it applies to psychiatric residency training, and to provide two different viewpoints on the controversy. METHODS:...
OBJECTIVE: The authors studied the prevalence of health-promoting and health-risking behaviors among physicians and physicians-in-training. Given the significant potential for negative outcomes to physicians’ own health as well as the health and safety of their patients, examination of the...
OBJECTIVE: The author identifies and seeks to remove barriers contributing to physician/medical students’ decisions NOT to seek mental health care. METHODS: Following a cluster of medical student and physician suicides in one medical community, medical trainees anonymously shared their views...
OBJECTIVE: This article examines the relevance of physician impairment to the discipline of academic psychiatry. METHOD: The author reviews the scientific literature, the proceedings of previous International Conferences on Physician Health, and held discussions with experts in the physician...
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the relationship between burnout, work environment, and a variety of personal variables, including age, gender, marital, parental and acculturation status within a population of family medicine and psychiatry resident physicians. METHODS: Between 2002 and 2005, 155...
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