Nurses' Mental Health During the Covid-19 Outbreak: A Cross-sectional Study.

@article{Sampaio2020NursesMH,
  title={Nurses' Mental Health During the Covid-19 Outbreak: A Cross-sectional Study.},
  author={Francisco Miguel Correia Sampaio and Carlos Alberto da Cruz Sequeira and Laetitia da Costa Teixeira},
  journal={Journal of Occupational \& Environmental Medicine},
  year={2020}
}
OBJECTIVE To describe nurses' mental health status during the Covid-19 outbreak and to explore the factors that might accentuate the negative consequences on their mental health. METHODS We conducted an online survey to evaluate demographic variables, working conditions, family dynamics, and mental health variables in nurses working in healthcare settings, in Portugal, during the Covid-19 outbreak. RESULTS Portuguese nurses presented higher depression, anxiety and stress levels, when… Expand
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