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Relations entre le genre, le stress, les stratégies de coping et la consommation d’alcool chez les internes de médecine générale

Abstract : Increased alcohol consumption was observed in internal medicine, especially regarding acute intoxications among male internal and riskier behavior among female interns. Meanwhile the internal stress, because of their dual status (student and health professional), was the subject of many studies, some report the use of alcohol to manage stress with a variation by gender. We therefore conducted a study on the links between stress, alcohol consumption and coping strategies in internal medicine in general Aquitaine over 18 months. Our study shows that men have a tendency to alcohol greater risk of consumption as well as less use of coping strategies focused on problem solving and seeking social support than women but not significantly over time. DETA questionnaire does not seem accurate enough to highlight a link between gender, stress, coping strategies and alcohol use among internal. Studies using a more discriminating tool like the AUDIT questionnaire could provide a more sensitive analysis.
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Fédora Poissant. Relations entre le genre, le stress, les stratégies de coping et la consommation d’alcool chez les internes de médecine générale. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2016. ⟨dumas-01452637⟩

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