Stress in medical students- its major causative factors and its changing modality:
is commonly defined as a non specific response of the body to any demand or
change. Both mind and body plays an interactive role in the stress process.
Medical education being a highly stressful course among the other professional
courses makes the students to face a lot of stress than the other student
population. This study emphasis mainly on the various causative factors of
stress among the under graduate (UG) medical students and its changing modality
in the past two consecutive years. For this study 100 UG 2nd yr
medical students were selected randomly and research was done.
student was given a questionnaire for the assessment of stress levels and from
their response various levels of stress were brought and also the major factors
responsible for their stress process.
this study it was also found out that stress phase was increasing every year
and there is a need for the adaptation of various methods and facilities to
control their stress process.