Resources tagged with: Student/Trainee
Prevalence of Depression, Depressive Symptoms, and Suicidal Ideation Among Medical Students A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Published in JAMA Network, this meta-analysis aims to estimate prevalence of depression and suicidal ideation in medical students. The percent of medical students...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Kathryn

In this Perspective article published in the New England Journal of Medicine, the Dean for Medical Education at the Icahn School of Medicine exposes how the suicide...

Opinion Piece/Short Communication
Educational Innovations to Foster Resilience in the Health Professions

Kreitzer's article in Medical Teacher discusses the culture in healthcare as being on in which students have are to forego personal needs, endure stressful...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Tibetan Buddhism-Based ‘Compassion’ Training for Doctors Targets Burnout

This article in the Washington Post discusses the prevalence of a specific type of burnout called compassion fatigue and downstream effects to patient health....

Article
A Death in the Family

Khan narrates a story as a resident visiting his co-resident, who was a patient in the ICU. He paints a picture of what burnout, depression, and substance use...

Personal Stories
The Real Danger of Increasing Resident Work Hours

This New England Journal of Medicine Catalyst article details effects of increasing consecutive work hours that residents can work. Residents are already inundated...

Article
Resident Duty Hours and Medical Education Policy – Raising the Evidence Bar

David Asch's Perspective Paper and Audio Interview in the New England Journal of Medicine discusses the change of duty-hour limits in the revised common program...

Opinion Piece/Short Communication
When the Bully Is a Doctor

The following article from The New York Times, discusses consequences of workplace bullying from doctors, which leads to anxiety, depression, burnout, drug abuse,...

Article
More Women Than Men Enrolled in U.S. Medical Schools in 2017

The following press release from AAMC reveals that in 2017, more women than men enrolled in U.S. medical schools. Female matriculants increased by 3.2% this year,...

Briefs and Summaries
Paperwork Versus Patient Care: A Nationwide Survey of Residents’ Perceptions of Clinical Documentation Requirements and Patient Care

An anonymous, online survey was completed by 1,515 trainees in all postgraduate years of training and specialties in ACGME-accredited programs. The survey sought to...

Article