Commentary on “‘Simmering Pressure’: How systemic stress impacts graduate student mental health”


Nadine S. Bekkouche*

There is an increasing recognition that graduate student mental health is related to the systemic contexts of graduate education. Performing in-depth analyses of these systemic contexts is important. Not only do such analyses help refine our conceptual understanding of the mental and emotional struggles of students in the context of graduate education, but it also provides the groundwork for designing effective and comparatively low-cost mental health support initiatives. These initiatives can be implemented at the institutional and departmental levels and ultimately serve to support the success of graduate students in the academy.

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