Second Victim Phenomenon in COVID-19 Pandemic

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Maria João Lobão
Sofia Guerra Paiva
Paulo Sousa

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Maria João Lobão, Internal Medicine Department, Hospital de Cascais, Cascais, Portugal. NOVA National School of Public Health, Public Health Research Centre, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal. Comprehensive Health Research Center (CHRC), Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal.

Maria João Lobão [maria.nunes.lobao@hospitaldecascais.pt]
Av. Brigadeiro Victor Novais Gonçalves, 2755-009 Alcabideche, Portugal


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