Holmes and Rahe stress scale and Stress psychological A renewed interest in salivary alpha amylase as a marker for stress has surfaced. Yamaguchi M, Yoshida H have analyzed a newly introduced hand-held device called the Cocorometer developed by Nipro Corporation of Japan. They state that this can be reliably used to analyze the amylase levels and is definitely a cheaper alternative as compared to the more expensive ELISA kits.
AlosaimiMD, Sana N. KazimMD, Auroabah S. AlmuflehMD, Bandar S. AladwaniMD, and Abdullah S. AlsubaieMD Fahad D. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract To examine perceived stress among residents in Saudi Arabia and its associated risk factors.
We assessed the likelihood of stress using the perceived stress scale PSS.
Out of the residents contacted, responded and were included. With the exception of gender and nationality, no significant associations were found between stress and socio-demographic or behavioral factors. Stress was associated with higher workload, sleep deprivation, dissatisfaction with colleagues and the program, and harmful ideations.
Stressors included work-related, academic, and homesickness stressors.
In multivariate analysis, the following were independently associated with stress: Saudi nationality, facing homesick stressor, facing work-related stressor, dissatisfaction with relationships with colleagues, and frequent thoughts of quitting the medical profession.
Residents in Saudi Arabia are at comparable or slightly higher risk of perceived stress than that reported among residents worldwide. Unfortunately, most of the participants never received stress management, which highlights the need for stress management programs during residency.
However, residency training is a difficult and stressful stage of development in a professional career. These factors may cause burnout, which is characterized by emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and reduced personal accomplishment.
The study populations also varied considerably. In recent years, universities, and other major healthcare providers have been implementing additional recognized residency programs and have been enrolling more residents in Saudi Arabia to fix the huge deficiency in the number of Saudi-National practicing physicians.
This information is a critical step toward occupational stress management, so the objective of the present study is to examine perceived stress among residents in Saudi Arabia and its associated risk factors, including personal and work-related stressors. The SCHS is responsible for registering and professionally certifying all healthcare practitioners, supervising and assessing training programs, and evaluating and recognizing health institutions for the purposes of medical training and specialization.
The SCHS currently recognizes 37 residency and fellowship training programs in multiple health specialties. Population We conducted our study on medical residents trained in different residency programs in Saudi Arabia. All residents who enrolled in single-hospital or joint multiple-hospital programs in any of the 5 Saudi regions Central, Eastern, Western, Northern, and Southern regions were eligible to be included in the study, but we excluded interns and fellows.Anuario de Psicología Clínica y de la Salud / Annuary of Clinical and Health Psychology, 1 () Stress reactions of the general population after the terrorist attacks of.
The tripartite model of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) articulated in DSM-IV has received limited empirical support.
Over the past decade, a burgeoning literature on PTSD symptom structure has accumulated suggesting several alternative models. Stress: Concepts Definition, History adaptive reactions necessary to meet the demands made by the stressors.
the primary focus will be on general stress concepts as well as the areas of. Reactions to stress are mediated through a concerted activity of many brain areas and peripheral endocrine organs.
High levels of fatigue that interfere with daily life activities are common in the general population with prevalence estimates ranging from 5% to 20%. as well as laboratories. In this first volume of the series, the. Biology primarily attempts to explain major concepts of stress using a stimulus-response in an international bestseller entitled Stress of Life, for the general public.
By the late s, stress had become the medical area of greatest concern to the general population, and more basic research was called for to better address the issue.
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Abstract. The present volume on concepts, cognition, emotion, and behavior, is the first in this new Handbook series. The purpose of this first chapter is to provide an outline of stress, stress definitions, the response to stress and neuroendocrine mechanisms involved, and stress consequences such as anxiety and posttraumatic stress disorder.