Live meta-analysis: Mental Health of Clinical Staff Working in High Exposure Compared to Low Exposure Roles in High-Risk Epidemic and Pandemic Health Emergencies

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  1. Dorothy Wade

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Live meta-analysis is published as a Jupyter notebook so click on the .ipynb file to see the publication. --> Direct link to latest update here

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