Coping after baby loss: peer support groups for nurses
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Coping after baby loss: peer support groups for nurses

Sally Roberts @SallyRoberts92 Senior staff nurse, Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust

Advice on setting up a peer support group from a nurse who returned to work after two miscarriages

In 2020, I had two miscarriages in close succession. My ward manager was incredibly supportive and I was able to have as long as I needed away from work. However, what I really wanted at the time was to have someone to talk to who was in the same position.

Nursing Children and Young People. 34, 3, 8-9. doi: 10.7748/ncyp.34.3.8.s4

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