Psychological Impact of COVID-19 on staff: research update

Press/Media: Research


A webinar hosted by the UK Intensive Care Society.  

Period18 Jan 2023

Media contributions


Media contributions

  • TitlePsychological impacts of COVID-19 on staff: research update
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletIntensive Care Society
    Media typeWeb
    Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
    DescriptionIn this webinar, we hear about three key studies researching psychological adversity in intensive care staff during the pandemic.

    Study 1: a cross-sectional survey of the mental health of staff working on intensive care units during the COVID-19 pandemic. Presented by Professor Neil Greenberg, Professor of Defence Medicine and clinical and academic psychiatrist based at King's College London.

    Study 2: CANDID: Critical Care and re-Deployed Nurses: the impact of COVID-19 on work-related stress. Presented by Professor Dianne Dixon, Professor of Health Psychology at the University of Aberdeen and Dr Janice Rattray, Honorary Reader, School of Health Sciences, University of Dundee.

    Study 3: GAINS: a brief Gameplay intervention to help intrusive memories as a result of working clinically during the pandemic. Presented by Professor Emily Holmes, Professor at Uppsala University, Sweden, and Dr Lalitha Iyadurai, Senior Research Clinical Psychologist.
    Producer/AuthorIntensive Care Society
    PersonsPam Ramsay, Diane Dixon, Janice Rattray, Louise McCallum, Jordan Miller, Beth Pollard, Lisa G. Salisbury