Pandemic has taken emotional toll on GPs, says RACGP

Its survey suggests access to PPE and challenges in providing usual care to patients have been among the biggest stressors.
Geir O'Rourke

Nearly a third of GPs experienced a decline in their mental health during the first months of the COVID-19 threat, an RACGP survey suggests.

The emotional fallout of the pandemic on front-line workers has yet to be fully documented.