COVID-19 has disrupted normal life and resulted in an online transformation of teaching. Little is known about how these changes affected academic stress in students. This study examined the role of changes of teaching methods on academic stress among university students during the first lockdown in Denmark. The cross-sectional survey was part of the international “COVID-19 International Student Well-being Study” and included responses on socio-economic characteristics, infection worries, academic stress, work capacity and satisfaction with teaching from 1,541 Danish health and medical science university students in May-June 2020.
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Academic stress in Danish medical and health science students during the COVID-19 lock-down
Julie Dalgaard Guldager, Signe Jervelund & Gabriele Berg-Beckhoff