Monthly Archives: October 2018

Is Going To Medical School Depressing?

Depression: Yes, for many of us.  Researchers surveyed more than 3,000 medical students in year 1 and year 4 with surveys including validated scales for depression, stress, coping methods, and social support.  Predictors of depression in year 4 were found via multivariate … Continue reading

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Money Talks, To Residents Too

Debt: This survey of family medicine residents regarding debt burden and future employment plans had predictable but sobering findings. Firstly, 60% of these residents had a debt burden of more than $150,000, and 45% of residents with a DO degree … Continue reading

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