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Louise L Clark

Programme Leader-MSc Mental Health Nursing, Department of Mental Health Nursing, Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery and Palliative Care, King's College London

Management of work stress and burnout among community nurses arising from the COVID-19 pandemic

Burnout is a response to excessive stress at work, resulting in emotional exhaustion, de-personalisation and reduced personal accomplishment (see the Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI); Maslach and...

COVID-19: it happens to nurses too—a case study

This single case study focuses on the admission and discharge of discharge of a nurse who was also a patient during the COVID-19 pandemic. To maintain confidentiality, a pseudonym has been created,...

Mental health impact of admission to the intensive care unit for COVID-19

The number of survivors from ICU admissions is growing (Kondakci et al, 2018). Prescott and Girard (2020) found that 80% of patients hospitalised with COVID-19 and 60% who were admitted to ICU...

Biopsychopharmacosocial approach to assess impact of social distancing and isolation on mental health in older adults

COVID-19 is a novel coronavirus and part of a large group of viruses that cause illness ranging widely in severity (Guan et al, 2020). From a historical perspective, the impact of coronavirus-related...

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