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  1. Kim, Son Chae PhD, RN
  2. Rankin, Larry PhD, RN


During the COVID-19 pandemic, health care workers experienced much higher symptoms of anxiety or depression than during the prepandemic period. As coping mechanisms, high resilience, spirituality, and satisfaction with family functioning were associated with 2- to 3-fold lower odds of anxiety or depression. Health care organizations may consider implementing evidence-based and practical supportive measures to help health care workers maintain good mental health during and after the pandemic.