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Synonyms for medical student

a student in medical school


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Prevalence of depression, anxiety and stress (by DASS Scoring System) among medical students in Islamabad, Pakistan.
The result of discouraging half your medical students from the field is a lower quality field.
NUI chancellor Dr Maurice Manning presented the awards to the two RCSI Bahrain medical students.
The ceremony is a rite of passage for first year medical students, designed to instil the values of professionalism, humanism and compassionate patient care, the VC said and added that it is the official welcome to the medical profession and to the family of this University.
Items were designed to collect basic demographic data, prior experiences with medical students, patient attitudes towards medical students and any other important factors that could potentially influence their decision to allow or refuse medical student participation in their care.
Medical students constitute a particularly vulnerable population which is subjected to various stressors that include large academic load, tight schedules, long study hours, examination stress, peer pressure, high parental expectations and competitive environment1.
SCHOOL pupils had an appointment with doctors and medical students yesterday to "demystify" the process of applying to study medicine in Wales.
1] Studies have observed that medical students experience a high incidence of personal distress during their undergraduate internship, postgraduate study period, and later in physicians' practical life, [2-4] and it may even reach burnout level.
Objective: To identify what educational resources are used by medical students for their personal study during Primary health care (PHC) clinical rotation and the reasons for making these choices at King Saud University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
The role of a medical student is not well defined on most pathology electives, and the fact that these are electives rather than required rotations has the following 2 adverse effects: (1) lack of exposure to the field for most students, leading to incomplete information at the time of critical career decisions, and (2) lack of understanding about a pathologist's specialized skills, diagnostic role, and basic work flow by many of our colleagues involved in face-to-face patient care in their daily practice.
Christopher Terndrup, a fourth-year medical student at Tulane University School of Medicine, was honored with a Leadership Award from the AMA Foundation at its annual Excellence in Medicine Awards Reception on Monday, February 11, 2013, at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Washington, D.
A cross-sectional study was conducted at an international medical student congress held in Macedonia in August 2009.
Furthermore, it is understood that when a medical student chose psychiatry as a future career, he / she would be more inclined to work in that field and have better perspectives and attitude towards the subject.
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