During the COVID-19 outbreak, healthcare staff are facing unprecedented pressures, distressing situations in the context of worry for their own families and themselves.
Unsurprisingly, some of these situations will be traumatic and they place staff at risk of post-traumatic stress disorder.
We can protect ourselves psychologically and reduce this risk through understanding trauma, normal responses and how to facilitate our own processing of difficult material and when and where to seek help.
We would be grateful if you would take five minutes to provide some brief feedback via our anonymous survey.
Understanding trauma and how post-traumatic stress develops
Self-help strategies to reduce risk and when and where to seek further help
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