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COVID pandemic induced Burnout and depression among psychiatry residents

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Health-care systems all around the globe are facing challenging difficulties fighting with the Covid-19 pandemic and its impact. The Health care providers are working all round the clock tirelessly to deal with these difficult times, increased work demands and related stress. This burnout has caused depressive symptoms in front line healthcare workers and non-front line health care workers, such as a psychiatrist. Psychiatrists have an important role during the pandemic as they are the...
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