1:2:1 Podcast

Mental health in medical school

Last spring, when medical resident Ned Morris was about to publicly disclose his struggle with depression during medical school, he was fearful that the disclosure would hurt him professionally. Earlier this month, Morris wrote a Washington Post column and posed the question: What drives bright young people – medical students – to take their own lives? In this podcast, he discusses the stigma of mental illness that is still so pervasive in society today. 

Length: 22 mins. 23 sec.

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