Healthcare Quarterly

Healthcare Quarterly 6(4) June 2003 : 49-50.doi:10.12927/hcq..16480
Lessons From SARS

Stress, Coping and Lessons Learned from the SARS Outbreak

Robert Maunder


Talking about stress implies that we are talking about two things: an event and a response to that event. The 2003 SARS outbreak was an extraordinary event in the life of Ontario hospitals, especially around Toronto, and in the lives of the healthcare workers.



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