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Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Burnout, and Professional Quality of Life among the Hospital Workforce During a Global Health Pandemic

Description
Study examining rates of anxiety, stress, burnout, and depression during the COVID-19 pandemic among 771 hospital staff in North Dakota, based on a survey conducted in the summer of 2021. Offers rural and urban comparisons of compassion satisfaction and burnout.
Author(s)
Daniel Kelly, Shawnda Schroeder, Kristen Leighton
Citation
Journal of Rural Health
Date
03/2022
Type
Document
Tagged as
Behavioral health · Health workforce · Infectious diseases · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · Stress and stress disorders · North Dakota