Considerations and Recommendations for Protecting the Healthcare Teams’ Mental Health
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Protecting health workers’ mental health is an essential and permanent component in the management of health systems and services, something that has been forcefully demonstrated by the pandemic of the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19). This publication contains a series of general considerations, cross-cutting actions, and measures for protecting the health workers' well-being and mental health.
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