Our objective was to assess the frequency of suicidal ideation among medical students and explore its relationship with burnout. Methods Participants In the. Background: Little is known about the prevalence of suicidal ideation among U.S. medical students or how it relates to burnout. Objective. Physicians are among the highest risk groups for suicide, and emerging data suggest this risk begins early in medical training. We describe a screening program.
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Little is known about the prevalence of suicidal ideation among U. To assess the frequency of suicidal ideation among medical students and explore its relationship with burnout. Prevalence of suicidal ideation in the past year and its relationship to burnout, demographic characteristics, and quality of life. Burnout was reported by In a sensitivity analysis that assumed all nonresponders did not have suicidal ideation, the prevalence of suicidal ideation in the past 12 months would be 5.
In multivariable analysis, burnout and low mental quality of life at baseline were independent predictors of suicidal ideation over the following year. Of the students who met criteria for burnout in99 Recovery from burnout was studebts with markedly less suicidal ideation, which suggests that recovery from burnout decreased suicide risk.
Burnout and Suicidal Ideation among U.S. Medical Students
Burnout seems to be associated with increased likelihood of subsequent suicidal ideation, whereas recovery from burnout is associated with less suicidal ideation. Burnout and Suicidal Ideation among U.
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