Medical Residents of Family Medicine Management of Depression, Anxiety and Burnout Syndrome in KSA

ALSHAALAN, RAKAN FAHAD A, ALANAZI, ADEL SALEH N, Mosa Ahmed Alshumrani, Almutairi, Maram Faleh, Hadeel Saud Alkheledan, ALATWAI,ABDALLH MOSALEM A


This study aimed at analyzing the Medical Residents of family medicine management of depression, anxiety and burnout syndrome in Kingdom Saudi Arabia. This study also describes the relationship between wellness behaviors and measures of well-being at the start of family medicine residency in Kingdom Saudi Arabia. The researcher adopted the Methodology of descriptive statistics. And the study concluded that the innovative curriculum and activities that focus on wellness behaviors and healthy lifestyle choices for physicians in training are needed. The ACGME mandate on implementation of duty hours for residents may show a positive effect in future generations of physicians. Family medicine programs can lead in creating additional institutional methodologies to support a culture of wellness for residents, faculty, and staff, thus promoting a lifelong commitment to self-care and an emphasis on prevention and health promotion for our patients.


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