Nine months on the pandemic’s front line have crushed Texas health care workers' spirits and killed their colleagues

December 11, 2020

The Texas Tribune

What exacerbates the circumstances is that the medical field tends to be a place “where we don't talk about emotion” and where “mental health is highly stigmatized and viewed very differently than physical health,” Gold said.

An October poll from the American College of Emergency Physicians found that about 45% of emergency physicians did not feel comfortable seeking mental health treatment.

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