How an occupational health services referral helps
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How an occupational health services referral helps

Stephen Jones RCN professional lead, Mental health

Nurses need well-being interventions now more than ever

Employers are required by law to prevent physical and mental ill health in their staff members that may occur as a result of their business activities. Occupational health has a key role in supporting the physical and mental well-being of nurses, but despite this, these services are often misunderstood and stigmatised.

Mental Health Practice. 24, 6, 9-9. doi: 10.7748/mhp.24.6.9.s3

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