Financial stress amongst Surgical Residents impacts on well-being

A paper published by the American College of Surgeons this month has investigated the impact of personal finances on surgical residents and specifically considered its impact on burnout, depression, anxiety as well personal relationships.In the study a survey was distributed to surgical residents in New England, USA whose ages ranged between 25-34 years (which allowed for comparison to an age and region matched cohort study group). Overall (and perhaps unsurprisingly) it found that in this well-educated and professionally employed section of society, surgical residents compared favourably to a cohort group created using data from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).
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