Covid 19- Impact On Nurses And Nursing

Authors

  • Prachi Falke, Charlotte Paul, Nikita Bhokare, Sneha Dhanvij, Rakesh Kumar Jha, Roshan Kumar Jha

Abstract

With 3.5 Million Total Cases, India Reported Approximately 79,000 New Cases On August 29, 2020, The Largest Single-Day Increase In Any Country To Yet, Signifying An Unprecedented Spike In Pandemic Over The Preceding Several Months. From The Month Of August Last Year 87,000 Infected Cases Of Health Staff And 573 Deaths In 6 States Alone This Included Maharashtra. Resilience Is A Powerful Strategy For Reducing Burnout And Stress. These Findings Highlight The Need Of Developing And Implementing Interventions Aimed At Reducing Burnout And Improving Resilience Among Nurses, Particularly During A Pandemic. This, In Turn, Leads To High-Quality Care For Patients.

Published

2021-07-21

How to Cite

Prachi Falke, Charlotte Paul, Nikita Bhokare, Sneha Dhanvij, Rakesh Kumar Jha, Roshan Kumar Jha. (2021). Covid 19- Impact On Nurses And Nursing. Drugs and Cell Therapies in Hematology, 10(1), 755–759. Retrieved from https://www.dcth.org/index.php/journal/article/view/160

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