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Klinik Öncesi Yıllardaki Tıp Öğrencilerinin Anksiyete ve Depresyon Düzeyleri ve Etkili Olabilecek Faktörler

Nazan Karaoğlu, Muzaffer Şeker.

Abstract
AIM: While training knowledgeable, competent and professional physicians for the patients health medical education distresses and sicken medical students. The aim of this study was to describe the general features of the preclinical years’ students and the affect of these features on the anxiety and depression level of them. METHOD: In this descriptive and cross-sectional study an anonymous and voluntary questionnaire consisting of socio-demographic variables, questions related to medical education and Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) was applied to the first three years’ students of medical faculty. For the analyses of the data Student-t test, One-way ANOVA and chi-square tests were used. RESULTS: The mean age of the students in the study group was 19.49±1.54 years and 272 of them (56.1%) were male. The anxiety and depression levels of the students from rural parts of the country and whose parents’ education levels were primary school or below were high (p

Key words: Anxiety, depression, medical education, medical student



Article Language: Turkish English



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