Mental health during Covid-19

Mental health during Covid-19

This research study explored the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of healthcare professionals. We surveyed 1477 UK and European based healthcare professionals working across a broad range of specialties.

Healthcare professionals are working in busy or hectic environments. The workload they take on can be overwhelming, even more so during the COVID-19 pandemic.

In Spain, Germany, United Kingdom, Italy, and France, the results show that healthcare professionals on the front line of this pandemic feel that COVID-19 impacts their mental health. Only 21% of respondents in the UK said they don’t feel any effect on their mental health regarding the pandemic.

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  1. Please could you find me as many studies, I suffer from deep vein thrombosis, depression, chronic ulcer, sciatica, copd

    1. Yes I suffer from mental health anyway and this lockdown is makings it so bad i don’t think it will change

  2. Definitely ! As regards this Pandemic having some rather Serious effects on our mental health (*AS WELL AS The general) population ~ Which may also have lasting effects on our future generations, if SUPPORT & KNOWLEDGE Is NOT SHARED

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