CSU study on COVID's impact on frontline workers' mental health

Alana Calvert
By Alana Calvert
July 27 2021 - 8:00pm
PANDEMIC IMPACT: Charles Sturt University professor and National Alliance for Rural and Remote Mental Health chair Russell Roberts. PHOTO: CARLA FREEDMAN

A new Charles Sturt University study on the impact of COVID-19 on frontline workers has revealed "alarming" rates of anxiety, depression and burnout.


Alana Calvert

Alana Calvert


Print and digital reporter covering general news in Orange NSW, with specific interest in stories relating to animal welfare, social affairs and issues impacting regional communities. Previously with: Yahoo News Australia, SBS Radio, HuffPost Australia and APN/News Regional Media in south-west Queensland. Our Watch/Walkley Foundation Fellow for 2021. Contact me at: alanacalvert@centralwesterndaily.com.au

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