Kate Chartres and Dafni Katsampa summarise a systematic review exploring anxiety, depression, trauma-related, and sleep disorders among healthcare workers during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic.[read the full story...]
Depression and anxiety among doctors during the COVID-19 pandemic: yet more collateral damage?
Eleana Frisira summarises a systematic review that presents recent global prevalence data about the rates of depression and anxiety among doctors during the COVID-19 pandemic.[read the full story...]
Mental health interventions for healthcare staff in infectious disease outbreaks
In her debut blog, Bryony Porter summarises a systematic review exploring interventions to address mental health issues in healthcare workers during infectious disease outbreaks.[read the full story...]
Place of safety in psychiatry: mental health staff perspectives
Zuva Dengu summarises a recent mixed-methods study on mental health staff experiences of occupational wellbeing in a psychiatric place of safety service.[read the full story...]
What can we do to support the mental health of frontline health and social care workers during the pandemic?
Nikki Nabavi reviews a mixed methods systematic review that looks at interventions to support frontline health and social care staff during and after a disease outbreak, epidemic or pandemic.[read the full story...]
Burnout and exhaustion amongst medical students in England
Nikki Nabavi writes her debut blog on a recent study, which used an online survey to ask medical students from London, Sheffield, Hull and York about their wellbeing, burnout and exhaustion.[read the full story...]
Mental illness in clinical psychologists: stigma stops people from seeking help
Dafni Katsampa considers how mental health problems can affect clinical psychologists, and the impact that stigma has on disclosure and help-seeking.[read the full story...]
Burnout and consultants’ retirement plans
John Moriarty and colleagues review a UK cross-sectional study of NHS consultants, which looks at psychosocial work characteristics, burnout, psychological morbidity symptoms and early retirement.[read the full story...]
Teacher burnout: can we prevent it, or is that the wrong question?
As we prepare for our Youth Mental Health Question Time event in London this evening, Lucinda Powell considers a meta-analysis looking at the effectiveness of interventions aimed at reducing teacher burnout.[read the full story...]
Feeling the burn: do interventions to prevent burnout in doctors work?
Chris Pell summarises a recent systematic review and meta-analysis about interventions to prevent and reduce physician burnout.[read the full story...]