Improving mental health and reducing suicide risk: How GPs can help during the COVID-19 pandemic
A potential 25% increase in suicides per annum has been predicted in Australia as a result of the distress associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. This article looks at how GPs can support the mental health of their patients while also taking care of their own wellbeing during this crisis.
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