Yet To Be Heard, Need To Be Heard– Case Studies on Mental Health Services in the Field of Public Welfare in China

Author: Kristine´╝łXuanwen Tan) In 2019, the Covid-19 epidemic broke out, the virus was raging, and the cities were shut down. Panic mood nurtured in the crisis of virus, lockdown, and shortage of masks. People suffered from losing families, jobs, and financial resources. Medical workers not only struggled physically with the stressful 24/7 service, but also suffered psychologically from facing unknown emergencies. Anxiety and despair spread … Continue reading Yet To Be Heard, Need To Be Heard– Case Studies on Mental Health Services in the Field of Public Welfare in China