Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on mental health, risk perception and coping strategies among health care workers in Albania - evidence that needs attention

@article{Kamberi2021ImpactOC,
  title={Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on mental health, risk perception and coping strategies among health care workers in Albania - evidence that needs attention},
  author={Fatjona Kamberi and Enkeleda Sinaj and Jerina Jaho and Brunilda Subashi and Glodiana Sinanaj and Kristela Jaupaj and Yllka Stramarko and Paola Arapi and Ledia Dine and Arberesha Gurguri and Juljana Xhindoli and Jorgjie Bucaj and Lorena Alikaj Serjanaj and Roy Rillera Marzo and Mila Nu Nu Htay},
  journal={Clinical Epidemiology and Global Health},
  year={2021},
  volume={12},
  pages={100824 - 100824}
}

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