Depression in Grad School (and how we deal) | SciAll.org
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According to a 2018 Nature Biotechnology study, graduate students are over 6x more likely to be depressed than the general public. The stress and isolation of research and feelings of inadequacy are common feelings amongst all grad students, yet it’s still seen as a taboo subject to many. Some of SciAll’s scientists thought we should share some of our own stories and tips for dealing with depression to help other students know that you’re not alone and that you will get through it!
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⭐Depression in Grad School
⭐how to overcome depression
⭐graduate school depression
⭐phd student depression
⭐how to cope with depression
⭐dealing with depression
Chapters Of Depression in Grad School
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The scientists in this video are not trained or certified for any kind of psychological work and the tips and stories shared today are not meant as a substitute for legitimate psychological treatment. If you or someone you know is feeling depressed, check out what resources your school may offer, and in cases of extreme depression, don’t be afraid to reach out and call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 800-273-8255.
This work is a product of the Science Production Studio internship program, supported by a partnership among the University of Colorado Boulder’s Nature, Environment, Science, and Technology (NEST) Studio for the Arts, the Fiske Planetarium, and SciAll.org.