Occupational Stress among Indian Doctors during COVID-19
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 1862-1880
AbstractAbstract: Background: There is growing evidence that psychiatric illnesses due to workplace stress (Wong, 2008) are more common in medical professionals worldwide (stress, depression, anxiety and insomnia) and feelings of emotional exhaustion, and it was found to be related to shortfalls in regime of health and wellness.Emerging content in support of the truth that Indian health care professionals (Dasgupta, 2009) are now operating under pressure due to the workplace condition, and the current COVID-19 pandemic has also amplified (Elbay, 2020), and we need to research the occupational stress among Indian doctors more than any other time, that can carry out observations from the data gathered during this review, which will be crucial in identifying the problem at hand and providing appropriate data-backed recommendations for changing the status quo.
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