Exploring and managing psychiatric symptoms in ICU healthcare professionals during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic: a focused review and guideline
Introduction: The COVID-19 pandemic has ravaged the healthcare system and stretched resources thin. The impact on healthcare staff working in the intensive care unit setting has been especially devastating.
Objective: To conduct a review of the impact of the pandemic on healthcare personnel in the intensive care unit setting in the hope of utilizing information gathered to inform various stakeholders.
Design: Focused literature and abstract review
Conclusion: This article seeks to highlight the association between critical care as it relates to trauma and COVID-19 and point stakeholders toward opportunities for anticipating and managing secondary effects in effort to promote psychological adaptation.
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