Exploring Rural Doctors' Early Experiences of Coping With the Emerging COVID-19 Pandemic
Explores the methods rural doctors used to care for patients and cope with the stress of COVID-19. Bases conclusions on interviews with rural physicians detailing the support they gave and received in their practices and their strategies for dealing with the emotional toll of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ian Couper, Lucie Walters, Susan Williams, et al.
Journal of Rural Health
Health disparities · Infectious diseases · Physicians · Stress and stress disorders