Perceived stress and quality of life among doctor of pharmacy students

  • Marshall L
  • Allison A
  • Nykamp D
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Abstract

OBJECTIVES: To examine stress and health-related quality of life (HRQOL) among third-year doctor of pharmacy (PharmD) students. METHODS: Stress and HRQOL were determined using Perceived Stress and SF-12 HRQOL survey instruments. A questionnaire was administered to determine factors students believed produced and eliminated stress. RESULTS: Eighty percent of third-year students participated (n=109) in this pilot study. Mental HRQOL scores were significantly below US mean score for individuals aged 20-34 years (p

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  • Doctor of pharmacy students
  • Emotional health
  • Health-related quality of life
  • Mental health

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Authors

  • Leisa L. Marshall

  • Amy Allison

  • Diane Nykamp

  • Shankar Lanke

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