Work Organization And Mental Health Problems In Phd Students Pdf
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Who helps early-career researchers when they experience mental health difficulties? Concerns about mental health in the research community have been growing in recent years. Other reports paint a similarly worrying picture Evans et al.
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Work organization and mental health problems in PhD students.pdf
International doctoral students have to not only effectively cope with tensions during their training and their socialization in their discipline but also address the values and expectations of higher education institutions in a foreign country. Considering the increase of international doctoral students in Finland, this study focuses on perceived sources of stress in their doctoral training and how their scholarly identity is involved when responding to them. The study draws on thematically analyzed interviews with eleven international doctoral students of educational sciences. The participants, one man and ten women, came from nine countries and conducted research in six Finnish universities. The principal sources of stress identified were intrapersonal regulation, challenges pertaining to doing research, funding and career prospects, and lack of a supportive network. Despite the negative presence of stress, most participants saw stress as a motivating element. However, in order for stress to become a positive and motivational force, participants had to mediate its presence and effects by means of personal resources, ascribing meaning and purpose to their research, and positioning themselves within their academic and social environment.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Levecque and F. Anseel and A.
First, we assess the prevalence of mental health problems in a representative sample of PhD students in Flanders, Belgium (N = ). Second, we compare.
Work organization and mental health problems in PhD students
As the access to this document is restricted, you may want to search for a different version of it. Oecd, Evidence from Canadian universities ," Research Policy , Elsevier, vol.