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Learning Environment and Its Effect on Learner Wellness and Resilience

  • Creator:   Journal Staff
  • Updated:   6/30/2020
  • Contains:  65 items
This collection features articles and reports focused on residents’ and students’ experiences during medical school and residency, especially in regard to how the learning environment affects learner wellness.

A Prognostic Index to Identify the Risk of Developing Depression Symptoms Among U.S. Medical Students Derived From a National, Four-Year Longitudinal Study

Dyrbye, Liselotte N.; Wittlin, Natalie M.; Hardeman, Rachel R.; More

Academic Medicine. 94(2):217-226, February 2019.

Medical Student Perceptions of the Learning Environment: Learning Communities Are Associated With a More Positive Learning Environment in a Multi-Institutional Medical School Study

Smith, Sunny D.; Dunham, Lisette; Dekhtyar, Michael; More

Academic Medicine. 91(9):1263-1269, September 2016.

Relationship of Pass/Fail Grading and Curriculum Structure With Well-Being Among Preclinical Medical Students: A Multi-Institutional Study

Reed, Darcy A.; Shanafelt, Tait D.; Satele, Daniel W.; More

Academic Medicine. 86(11):1367-1373, November 2011.

Resilience in the Third Year of Medical School: A Prospective Study of the Associations Between Stressful Events Occurring During Clinical Rotations and Student Well-Being

Haglund, Margaret E.M.; aan het Rot, Marije; Cooper, Nicole S.; More

Academic Medicine. 84(2):258-268, February 2009.