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Prospective and observational study of COVID-19's impact on mental health and training of young surgeons in France

Maxime Vallée 1, 2 Stessy Kutchukian 1 Benjamin Pradere 3, 4 Emmanuelle Verdier 1 Ève Durbant 5 Dharmesh Ramlugun 6 Ilan Weizman 7 Rani Kassir 8, 9 Antoine Cayeux 5 Océane Pécheux 10 Clement Baumgarten 11 Alexandra Hauguel 12 Agnès Paasche 13 Taha Mouhib 8 Jean Meyblum 14 Louis Dagneaux 15, 16 Xavier Matillon 17 Anthony Levy‐bohbot 18 Sylvain Gautier 19 Gabriel Saiydoun 20, 21
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Maxime Vallée, Stessy Kutchukian, Benjamin Pradere, Emmanuelle Verdier, Ève Durbant, et al.. Prospective and observational study of COVID-19's impact on mental health and training of young surgeons in France. British Journal of Surgery, Wiley, 2020, 107 (11), pp.e486-e488. ⟨10.1002/bjs.11947⟩. ⟨hal-03070828⟩

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