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Abuse and Wellbeing of Long-Term Care Workers in the COVID-19 Era: Evidence from the UK

The article was produced by Agnes Turnpenny (Consultant IPC) Eirini-Christina Saloniki, Grace Collins, Catherine Marchand, Ann-Marie Towers and Shereen Hussein.

The article draws on the first wave of a UK longitudinal workforce survey, examining the impact of COVID-19 on social care workers’ working conditions, general health and wellbeing.

Agnes Turnpenny, Consultant
Agnes Turnpenny, Consultant

Agnes Turnpenny

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