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Covid-19’s Mental Health Toll on Healthcare Workers

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Covid-19’s Mental Health Toll on Healthcare Workers

January 13, 2021

Covid-19’s Mental Health Toll on Healthcare Workers

Some people call the mental and emotional stress that healthcare workers have faced this past year ‘burnout.’ But burnout existed in the industry long before Covid-19. So what do you call something that’s more exhausting and enduring than that? Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks with emergency physician Dr. Megan Ranney and psychiatrist Dr. Jessi Gold about the mental health effects of their jobs.

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