Covid-19 stress, burnout and risk perception among health and social care workers in Scotland Work in progress

Nicola Cogan*, Gillian Macintrye, Gary Tanner, Liza Morton, Zoe Beck, Lisa McInnes, Chloe Kennedy

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Abstract

Background: Rapid studies published during the COVID-19 pandemic have reported that the mental wellbeing of health and social care workers (HSCWs) has been adversely impacted. Research has yet to explore what specific factors relating to the pandemic are having a detrimental impact on HSCW's mental wellbeing and what may help mitigate such adversities.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2021
Event35th Annual Conference of the European Health Psychology Society - Online
Duration: 24 Aug 202128 Aug 2021
https://www.eapm.eu.com/event/ehps-2021/ (Link to conference website)

Conference

Conference35th Annual Conference of the European Health Psychology Society
Abbreviated titleEHPS 2021
Period24/08/2128/08/21
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