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An artist from Suffolk has captured the mental toll of the pandemic on NHS staff in an oil painting.
The portrait shows Dr Andrew Johnston who works at the ICU at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge.
It was painted by Heath Rosselli, who lives near Mildenhall.
Rosselli says the 'haunting' portrait tells a thousand frontline stories one year on from the start of the pandemic.
The portrait, entitled 'Doctor J', is from the perspective of a patient on a ventilator.
It's hoped the painting will encourage frontline workers to reflect on and talk about the mental impact of the past year, and reach out for support if they need it through 'Our Frontline', an initiative which offers round the clock mental health support.
Rosselli's previous work has been exhibited at The National Portrait Gallery and The Louvre. As the pandemic unfolded, she worked on the 'Doctor J' portrait between commissions.
A recent survey has shown that nearly half of doctors and nurses on ICU wards have experienced symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety or depression.
Our Frontline, a joint initiative from Mind, Samaritans, Shout 85258, Hospice UK and The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, has also reported a five-fold increase in web visits over recent weeks.
A Samaritans volunteer added:
"We are hearing from health care workers who feel overwhelmed and exhausted by their experiences on the frontline. As the pandemic continues on, they must remember to take care of their own wellbeing and talk about how they are feeling. It's vital that our health care workers reach out for help if they are struggling and know they can find the support they need through Our Frontline."
The painting will now be displayed in hospitals across the UK.