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728 Anxiety and mood disorders among junior doctors
  1. R Pougnet,
  2. L Pougnet
  1. Teachnig Hospital of Brest, Brest, France


Introduction The junior doctors are subject to several professional constraints. This study aims to assess the prevalence of anxiety, depressive disorder and burnout (BO) and their risk factors.

Material and method This is a review of the literature between 01/01/2004 and 31/10/2014. A prevalence were calculated for a virtual population.

Results The prevalence of anxiety disorders was between 15.8% and 87% depending on the study; that of mood disorder was between 16.3% and 48%. The prevalences of virtual populations were 32.5% and 21.7% respectively. BO prevalence was between 10% and 80.2% while prevalence for virtual population was 33.2%. Several studies have shown that working hours, study or work relations were risk factors.

Conclusion The data in the literature ranged from one study to another. Some risk factors have been shown.

  • physicians
  • students
  • medical
  • anxiety
  • depressive disorder
  • burnout
  • professionnal

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