What are the psychological States of COVID-19? How do we respond to fear and anxiety amidst threat and uncertainty? In this podcast, psychiatrists Lillian Ng and Rob Shieff discuss fear, anxiety and our responses to them.
Lillian Ng is a Senior Lecturer in Psychological Medicine at the University of Auckland.
Rob Shieff is a practicing psychiatrist.
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Disclaimer: The ideas expressed in this discussion reflect the views of the guest and not necessarily the views of The Big Q.
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