Healthcare workers' attitudes towards working during pandemic influenza: A multi method study

@article{Draper2008HealthcareWA,
  title={Healthcare workers' attitudes towards working during pandemic influenza: A multi method study},
  author={H. Draper and S. Wilson and J. Ives and C. Gratus and S. Greenfield and J. Parry and J. Petts and T. Sorell},
  journal={BMC Public Health},
  year={2008},
  volume={8},
  pages={192 - 192}
}
BackgroundHealthcare workers (HCWs) will be key players in any response to pandemic influenza, and will be in the front line of exposure to infection. Responding effectively to a pandemic relies on the majority of medical, nursing, laboratory and hotel services staff continuing to work normally. Planning assumes that during a pandemic normal healthcare service levels will be provided, although it anticipates that as caseloads increase only essential care will be provided. The ability of the NHS… Expand
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