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Attitudes of medical/paramedical students to medically unexplained symptoms

01 November 2019

This research looks at attitudes to people with medically unexplained symptoms, stress, burnout and empathy.

This project specifically focuses on attitudes of people enrolled on a medical, nursing and other professional healthcare course at a university in the United Kingdom (e.g. nursing, occupational therapy, medicine, physiotherapy, psychology, dentistry and more)

This research is being undertaken as part of a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Southampton.

Requirements

  • Students enrolled on a medical, nursing and other professional healthcare course at a university in the United Kingdom are invited to take part. Participants must have had an experience of working with MUS to be eligible.

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Ethical approval

The study has been approved by the University of Southampton Research Ethics Committee [48075].

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