The psychological effects of working in the NHS during a pandemic on final-year students: part II
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Other TitlesPsychological effects of working in the NHS part II
AbstractThis study explored the psychological experience of a small cohort of nursing and midwifery students who had been deployed to work in the NHS during the COVID-19 pandemic. The students were employed on band 4 contracts within an acute NHS Trust in the South of England. Overall, students found the experience of being deployed into clinical practice during a major public health emergency a valuable and unique experience that strengthened their resilience. However, students reported a significant level of personal obligation to opt-in to deployment. Working within clinical areas caused heightened anxiety and uncertainty, which was alleviated by managerial support.
CitationKane C, Wareing M, Rintakorpi E (2022) 'The psychological effects of working in the NHS during a pandemic on final-year students: part II, ', British Journal of Nursing, 31 (2), pp.96-100.
JournalBritish Journal of Nursing
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