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Mental health impact of COVID-19 pandemic on Spanish healthcare workers

  • Lorena García-Fernández (a1) (a2) (a3), Verónica Romero-Ferreiro (a3) (a4) (a5), Pedro David López-Roldán (a2), Sergio Padilla (a1) (a6), Irene Calero-Sierra (a2), María Monzó-García (a2), Jorge Pérez-Martín (a2) and Roberto Rodriguez-Jimenez (a3) (a5) (a7)...
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Author for correspondence: Lorena García-Fernández, E-mail: lorena.garciaf@umh.es

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Mental health impact of COVID-19 pandemic on Spanish healthcare workers

  • Lorena García-Fernández (a1) (a2) (a3), Verónica Romero-Ferreiro (a3) (a4) (a5), Pedro David López-Roldán (a2), Sergio Padilla (a1) (a6), Irene Calero-Sierra (a2), María Monzó-García (a2), Jorge Pérez-Martín (a2) and Roberto Rodriguez-Jimenez (a3) (a5) (a7)...

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