EDU REVIEW. International Education and Learning Review https://journals.eagora.org/revEDU <p><em>EDU REVIEW. International Education and Learning Review</em> publishes rigorous articles that contribute to our collective understanding of the theory and practice of the field of education. Submissions related to contemporary as well as emergent research theory, methods, practices, and issues are welcome. The goal of the journal is to promote dialogue, understanding, as well as collaboration among scholars and practitioners who reflect the broad spectrum of education around the world. The journal welcomes submissions in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. The journal is refereed, blind-peer reviewed, and publishes 4 issues per year. Only original texts are accepted for publication.</p> en-US <p>Those authors who publish in this journal accept the following terms:</p> <ol> <li class="show">Authors will keep the moral right of the work and they will transfer the commercial rights.</li> <li class="show">After <strong>1 year</strong> from publication, the work shall thereafter <strong>be</strong><strong> open access </strong>online on our website, but will retain copyright.</li> <li class="show">In the event that the authors wish to assign an Creative Commons (CC) license, they may request it by writing to <a href="mailto:publishing@gkacademics.com">publishing@gkacademics.com</a></li> </ol> publicaciones@gkacademics.com (Equipo editorial) publicaciones@gkacademics.com (Equipo de soporte) Thu, 07 Jan 2021 18:55:37 +0100 OJS 3.1.2.1 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Perception of stress in Veterinary Medicine students https://journals.eagora.org/revEDU/article/view/2625 <p>The objective of the present study was to identify the main symptoms of stress perceived by students of an anatomy group in Veterinary Medicine school at the University of La Salle in Bogotá, Colombia, during the year 2018. For this, 97 students were surveyed, and the responses were estimated on a 5-point Likert scale. Subsequently, the results of each question were classified as: normal, moderate and severe stress. The results showed that the greatest symptoms of stress are found in women, while the symptoms found more frequently match with those reported in the adolescent population, such as changes in appetite, cold sweat, tingling sensation, tachycardia and stomach discomfort. Emotional manifestations include feelings of irritability, fear, worry, anxiety, overwhelm, apathy, sleep, and indifference. The findings show that a substantial proportion of the students surveyed perceive symptoms of stress and anxiety at different levels. The prevalence of symptoms of severe depression found exceeds that reported nationally and internationally, while moderate depression occurs within the internationally described ranges.</p> César Muñeton Gomez, Fernando Melo, Mayra Moline, Ivan Merchan Copyright (c) https://journals.eagora.org/revEDU/article/view/2625 Thu, 07 Jan 2021 18:47:48 +0100