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Stress and burnout in the NHS, Centre for Resilience letter on The Guardian

‘Persistent stress will eventually distort how we see ourselves, our patients, and our working world.’

By Letters | The Guardian 23 February 2017

Neuroscience shows that intimate contact with suffering is physically and emotionally demanding, and that persistent stress will eventually distort how we see ourselves, our patients, and our working world. Long before stress makes us ill, it makes us dull and unfriendly…Click here to read full letter on The Guardian’s website