PsyPost: Slow government response to COVID-19 linked to higher burnout and lower wellbeing in frontline workers

PsyPost: Slow government response to COVID-19 linked to higher burnout and lower wellbeing in frontline workers. “A new study from researchers from the University of Gloucestershire’s HERA Lab and the University of Limerick’s RISE Lab has found that the resilience, burnout, and wellbeing levels of frontline keyworkers in the UK and Ireland are being affected by different factors. It has been widely reported that the UK’s relatively slow response into initiating lockdown measures has had an impact on morbidity and mortality from COVID-19, and there is now evidence to suggest that this slower response has also had a negative impact on frontline workers’ resilience, burnout, and wellbeing.”

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