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Impact of severe acute respiratory syndrome on anxiety levels of front-line health care workers

@inproceedings{Liu2004ImpactOS,
  title={Impact of severe acute respiratory syndrome on anxiety levels of front-line health care workers},
  author={Ks Liu and D L Cheong and Ck Lee},
  year={2004}
}
Objective. To identify anxiety levels among front-line health care workers during the 2003 severe acute respiratory syndrome outbreak. Design. Questionnaire survey. Setting. Regional hospital, Hong Kong. Participants. All hospital staff were given a questionnaire; administrative staff who had not had any patient contact served as controls. Main outcome measures. Levels of contact with patients who had severe acute respiratory syndrome were measured and correlated with anxiety levels as… Expand

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