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ASSESSMENT OF BURNOUT & STRESS AMONG MEDICAL & NON-MEDICAL STUDENTS AGE 18 YEARS AND ABOVE IN MALAYSIA

Thin Mon Kyaw*, Yin Moe Han, Lei Lei Win, Kavilan Murthi, Vikneswary Aveliar, Tilasini Anadan, Ashwini Avudima Kavi Chelven, Sakina Binti Kamal, Nur Liyana Binti Mazlan and Fathiyah Binti Abd Mun’em

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Background: According to World Health Organization, burnout is a syndrome resulting from work related stress which had not been well managed and this may lead to extreme health issues among people. Therefore, it’s important to learn how to prevent burnout and stress by addressing the factors associated with them. Objective: The objective was to assess the burnout and stress among Malaysian medical students & non-medical students age 18 years and above in Malaysia. Methods: A cross-sectional online survey was conducted by enrolling Malaysian adults aged 18 years and above. An online questionnaire was distributed with google form through multiple electronic platforms. Results: We found that most of the medical students have moderate level of burnout which was 28.3 % followed by high level of burnout which was 13.9%, no/low level burnout which was 5.8% and severe burnout which was 2.6%. Most of the non-medical students have moderate level of burnout which was 26.5 % followed by high level of burnout which was 16.8%. Furthermore, most of the both medical students and non-medical students having moderate level of stress which are 41.6% and 40.1% respectively. Conclusion: Overall, student’s mental health has been mostly triggered to stressful environment due to their academic sector mostly which led to more complication such as depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Keywords: Burnout, Stress, Malaysian and Non-Malaysian, students aged 18 and above.


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