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GENEVA (Reuters) - One in seven cases of COVID-19 reported to the World Health Organization (WHO) is a health worker and in some countries that figure rises to one in three, the agency said on Thursday.
The safety of our healthcare workers – the last line of defence in the war against diseases – is crucial for a functional healthcare system.
Battling pandemic fatigue: Singaporeans feel burned out as the Covid-19 outbreak drags on with no end in sight
SINGAPORE, Sept 13 (The Straits Times/ANN): Freelance writer Sng Ler Jun has been taking on more writing assignments since March to earn extra money for his family and himself.
Risk of burnout doesn’t go away just because you’re not at the office. The average workday around the world is 48.5 minutes longer than before the pandemic.
Working from home is now part of the new normal following the Covid-19 pandemic, and the practice may continue even after.
IT was only last year when we were all extremely worried that artificial intelligence (AI) will destroy jobs.
AS Indonesia strives to get on top of the ever-climbing number of Covid-19 cases, 82% of physicians, nurses and other healthcare workers across the country have been suffering from moderate levels of burnout and chronic mental and physical exhaustion caused by prolonged and excessive stress, a recent survey revealed.
'Young folks in B.C., they're partying, which is, of course, dangerous," Reynolds, a British Columbia native, said. "They probably don't know that thousands of people are not only getting sick from coronavirus, they're also dying from it, too.'
A reader confides in Thelma that he and his sister are at their wits' end because their independent father has Alzheimer's disease and they aren't sure what's the best caregiving solution.