Feeling lonely at the top?
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Feeling lonely at the top?

Lynda Holt Chief executive, Health Service 360, University of Salford

Nurses in leadership roles often want to appear strong and ‘professional’, and talking about loneliness can still be seen as a taboo

As a society, we have become better at discussing mental well-being at work over the past couple of years, and many healthcare organisations have upped the support they offer staff.

Primary Health Care. 32, 6, 18-19. doi: 10.7748/phc.32.6.18.s6

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