Data from: Relationship among medical student resilience, educational environment and quality of life

Patricia Tempski, Itamar S. Santos, Fernanda B. Mayer, Sylvia C. Enns, Bruno Perotta, Helena B. M. S. Paro, Silmar Gannam, Munique Peleias, Vera Lucia Garcia, Sergio Baldassin, Katia B. Guimaraes, Nilson R. Silva, Emirene M. T. Navarro Da Cruz, Luis F. Tofoli, Paulo S. P. Silveira & Milton A. Martins
Context: Resilience is a capacity to face and overcome adversities, with personal transformation and growth. In medical education, it is critical to understand the determinants of a positive, developmental reaction in the face of stressful, emotionally demanding situations. We studied the association among resilience, quality of life (QoL) and educational environment perceptions in medical students. Methods: We evaluated data from a random sample of 1,350 medical students from 22 Brazilian medical schools. Information from participants...
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