Anxiety and stress management: a guide for the foundation year doctor

Trivedi, Deepali; Hooke, Rachel
January 2008
British Journal of Hospital Medicine (17508460);Jan2008, Vol. 69 Issue 1, pM10
Academic Journal
The article discusses the treatment for anxiety and stress management. Medicine is known to be an anxiety-provoking occupation. Anxiety is absolutely expected when you enter a new life as a foundation doctor and not just anxiety about clinical judgment and decision-making. A certain amount of anxiety is normal, but there is a fine line between normal anxiety and dysfunctional stress.


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