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Vincent, L., Brindley, P. Highfield, J., Innes, R., Greig, P. & Suntharalingam, G. (2019). A National Survey of Burnout in UK Intensive Care Staff. Journal of the Intensive Care Society
Dall’Ora, C., Ball, J., Reinius, M.
Burnout in nursing: a theoretical review.
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Highfield, J., Parry-Jones, J (2019). Professional Quality of Life in Intensive Care Medicine- the 2018 Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine Workforce survey. Journal of the Intensive Care Society.
Highfield, J. (2019) The Sustainability of Critical Care Staff. Critical Care Nursing.
July 2020 Ella Rhodes, the Psychologist
ICU nurses and doctors: Who can save our saviours? You Magazine
June 2020, Fergus Walsh: The mental health crisis looming in ICU. BBC
May 2020, Rachel Schraer Coronavirus: Mental health of NHS staff at long-term risk. BBC.