IMPACT OF COVID19 PANDEMIC ON WELLBEING OF DOCTORS IN KASHMIR

Author(s): Wasim Rafiq, Ruheela Hassan, Suhail Siddiq

After the report of first Coronavirus case from China in December 2020, neither the infection stopped nor its reports. The infection spread so fast that within less than a quarter of year, WHO declared it as a pandemic (March 2020). This pandemic known as Covid-19 pandemic affected almost every life on this planet and caused unprecedented injury to the global economy, job market, people’s livelihood, education, development and social life. The impact of this pandemic on the doctors and other healthcare practitioners was more severe as they were the frontlines and the main actors to reduce its impact. This pandemic has increased the workload and decreased the recovery opportunities of the doctors across the globe. It affected them both physically and psychologically. The impact has been more severe on the doctors of Kashmir as it is reeling under conflict from more than three decades now. The main aim of this paper, the data for which was gathered through a survey among the allopathic doctors of Kashmir, is to understand and document the impact of Covid-19 pandemic on the wellbeing of the doctors in Kashmir.


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