‘I didn’t feel like I was a doctor’: a qualitative interview study exploring the experiences and representations of healthcare professionals’ capacity to deliver compassionate care and to practice self-care during the Covid-19 pandemic

Helen Egan*, Kathrina Connabeer, Rebecca Keyte, Angela Tufte-Hewett, Sophia Kauser, Misba Hussain, Harvey Regan, Karen McGowan, Michail Mantzios

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    Original languageEnglish
    JournalPsychology and Health
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    Publication statusPublished (VoR) - 9 Feb 2023

    Keywords

    • compassion
    • Covid-19
    • healthcare professionals
    • moral injury
    • self-care
    • self-compassion

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