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Medical Student Welfare

  1. Several studies have observed that painful diabetic peripheral polyneuropathy (PDPN) had an impact on the level of functioning domains and quality of sleep as well as cognitive functions. This study is aimed t...

    Authors: Noha M. Abo-Elfetoh, Andrew I. Farag and Romany H. Gabra
    Citation: Middle East Current Psychiatry 2022 29:83
  2. Medical students are prone to experience high levels of stress during their studies, which can lead to burnout and mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression, that can affect their academic perform...

    Authors: Dina Aly El-Gabry, Tarek Okasha, Nermin Shaker, Doha Elserafy, Mariam Yehia, Karim Abdel Aziz, Dinesh Bhugra, Andrew Molodynski and Hossam Elkhatib
    Citation: Middle East Current Psychiatry 2022 29:25
  3. COVID-19 pandemic is expected to affect the mental health, especially among medical students. Data from the literature in Jordan are scarce, especially during the second wave of the pandemic. We aimed to asses...

    Authors: Adnan Raed Alnaser, Rayan M. Joudeh, Osama A. Zitoun, Abdelkader Battah, Israa Al-Odat, Mohammad Jum’ah and Arwa A. Battah
    Citation: Middle East Current Psychiatry 2021 28:74
  4. Despite the general interest of researchers around the world, there are few studies on the psychological wellbeing and burnout among medical students in Russia. The aim of this study was to perform screening f...

    Authors: Egor Chumakov, Nataliia Petrova, Tamila Mamatkhodjaeva, Antonio Ventriglio, Dinesh Bhugra and Andrew Molodynski
    Citation: Middle East Current Psychiatry 2021 28:38
  5. Medical students in India face multiple challenges and sources of stress during their training. No nationally representative survey has yet been undertaken. We undertook a cross-sectional national survey to as...

    Authors: Sharad Philip, Andrew Molodynski, Lauren Barklie, Dinesh Bhugra and Santosh K. Chaturvedi
    Citation: Middle East Current Psychiatry 2021 28:54