Doctors can feel 'institutional betrayal' over lack of PPE

Those in direct contact with infectious patients have a 70% higher risk of developing PTSD: study 

Doctors and nurses working during viral outbreaks are at greater risk of mental health problems and can feel betrayed by their employers over institutional issues, such as lack of personal protective equipment, Queensland researchers warm.

Their review of BMJ studies on epidemics over the past 20 years shows that healthcare workers experience higher levels of both acute and post-traumatic stress and psychological distress.

The meta analysis of 59 studies in the BMJ examined the psychological impacts on healthcare