2021, Vol. 1, Issue 2, Part A
COVID-19 anxiety among frontline nurses: Predictive role of organizational support, personal resilience and social support
Dr. Malti Lodhi, Gangotri Khairwar and Arti Soni
Anxiety related to the COVID-19 pandemic is prevalent in the nursing workforce, potentially affecting nurses’ well-being and work performance. Identifying factors that could help maintain mental health and reduce corona virus-related anxiety among frontline nurses is Imperative. Currently, no studies have been conducted examining the influence of personal Resilience, social support and organizational support in reducing COVID-19 anxiety among nurses.
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Dr. Malti Lodhi, Gangotri Khairwar, Arti Soni. COVID-19 anxiety among frontline nurses: Predictive role of organizational support, personal resilience and social support. Int J Res Psychiatry 2021;1(2):17-18.