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Associative Journal of Health Sciences

Student Resilience and COVID-19: A Review of the Literature

  • Open or CloseMitzi S Brammer*

    Communication Sciences and Disorders Department, Saint Louis University, USA

    *Corresponding author: Mitzi S Brammer, Assistant Professor, Saint Louis University, Communication Sciences and Disorders Department, USA

Submission: June 03, 2020;Published: June 23, 2020


The coronavirus pandemic of 2020 has left an indelible mark on our world. As this article was being written changes were continuing to take place in all facets of work, education, and even leisure activities. In terms of education, this literature review looks at the impact of COVID-19 on university-level students who are enrolled in fields of health sciences. By its nature, this area of study is rigorous. Adding to this the effects of the pandemic, students in health sciences are at risk for emotional, mental, academic and financial difficulties. It is important to understand these impacts so that university systems, large and small, can address issues appropriately and in a timely fashion.

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