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Burnout: Students feel it too

In 2019, the International Classifications of Diseases in 2019 was updated with a new definition of burn-out. WHO now recognises three diagnosable symptoms: feelings of energy depletion or exhaustion; feeling negative towards one’s career; and reduced professional productivity. [source] So why, in a pandemic which forced the world to a standstill, has burn-out become almost […]

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Beating the burnout: how to partake in self-care with deadline week coming up

It’s official. Deadlines are fast approaching, or for many of us already here. The remnants of summer have finally left us. It seems the time to procrastinate has finally passed, and given the temperature of student flats, the library is often the only place to go. So, seeing as these deadlines sadly have to be […]