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Literature Review

So, I have chosen to explore the research question: ‘How have public health professionals experienced studying public health in a global public health pandemic’, by reviewing 5 literatures under the following themes:

1. The experiences of public health professionals of managing the pandemic as frontline workers  (field or clinical ).

Article: The Experiences and Perceptions of Health-Care Workers During the Covid-19 Pandemic in Muscat, Oman: A Qualitative Study


2. The Implications of the Pandemic on Education, globally.

Article: Studying During the Covid-19 Pandemic: A Qualitative Inductive Content Analysis of Nursing Students’ Perception and Experiences


3.  Online Learning as a panacea during Covid-19

Article: Psychological Impacts of Students on Online Learning during Covid-19


4. Work-Life Balance  of Public Health Professionals during Covid-19

Article: Burnout among Healthcare Providers of COVID-19: A Systematic Review of Epidemiology and Recommendations


5. Education during Covid-19: the way forward 

Article: United Nations. Policy Brief: Education during COVID-19 and Beyond. 2020



1 reply to “Literature Review”

  1. nrdewar says:

    These look like very good choices of articles to explore and contextualise your topics. For your 5 separate critiques of these-ie the strengths and weaknesses of them, and on the poster summary of the background literature, remember to also highlight gaps and inconsistencies in the literature. I can imagine there will be given the novelty of this topic.

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