The Relationship between Academic Achievements with Stress, Burnout and Sleep Quality of Medical Students

Authors

  • Itthichai Rattanatranurak Somdejphajaotaksinmaharaj Hospital
  • Nutchada Paosakul Somdejphajaotaksinmaharaj Hospital
  • Chaiyakit Udnan Somdejphajaotaksinmaharaj Hospital

Keywords:

Stress, Burnout, Sleep quality

Abstract

This research has objective to study the relationship between academic achievement (grade) with stress, burnout and sleep quality of medical students. The research was descriptive research. The population was 138 of 4th – 6th year medical students, academic year 2019, Faculty of Medicine, Naresuan University. Instrument was online questionnaire. Statistic was chi-square and data analyzed by number and percentage. The results of research showed that there were 107 assessment respondents (77.5%). The relationship between GPAX with stress and burnout of <3.25 groups and ≥3.25 groups founds that the both groups were not statistical significance but the sleep quality founds that the both groups were statistical significance (p<0.05). In addition, the relationship between GPA with stress of <3.25 groups and ≥3.25 groups founds that the both groups were not statistical significance too but the burnout in dehumanization and sleep quality founds that the both groups were statistical significance (p<0.05).

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Published

2021-12-13

How to Cite

Rattanatranurak, I. ., Paosakul, N. ., & Udnan, C. (2021). The Relationship between Academic Achievements with Stress, Burnout and Sleep Quality of Medical Students. KKU Research Journal (Graduate Studies) Humanities and Social Sciences, 9(3), 145–155. Retrieved from https://so04.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/gskkuhs/article/view/246933

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