Suicide among nurses: how talking can reduce risk and stigma
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Suicide among nurses: how talking can reduce risk and stigma

Helen Rees Senior lecturer in nursing and healthcare, Nottingham Trent University
Nutmeg Hallett Mental health nurse and lecturer in nursing, University of Birmingham

With increasing workplace and home pressures for many, nurses can support colleagues through open, honest

In the BBC TV programme ‘This Is Going to Hurt’, hospital staff plant a tree in memory of a colleague who has died by suicide.

Mental Health Practice. 26, 1, 8-9. doi: 10.7748/mhp.26.1.8.s3

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