Medical School Can Be Brutal, and It’s Making Many of Us Suicidal

This article, published in the Washington Post, paints a picture of the reality of burnout, depression, and suicide from the perspective of a medical student. The stressors medical students often endure are academic competition and burdens, first-hand contact with human suffering, unrelenting pressure, hierarchical nature and workplace bullying.

Effects on Clinician Health and Well-Being, Learning Environment

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