Practical support for your mental health and well-being
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Practical support for your mental health and well-being

Victoria Briggs Health journalist

With short-staffing, ongoing COVID-19 pressures and the cost-of-living crisis hitting home, here are ways that nursing staff and managers can help colleagues and themselves

Mental health support for nurses and other healthcare workers will need to be extended for ‘much, much longer’ and beyond this pandemic, according to England’s chief nurse. Ruth May made the comments earlier this year at The Wounded Healer – a conference on NHS practitioner health. She called for continued investment in health and well-being support for healthcare workers in view of the scale and severity of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Nursing Management. 29, 5, 15-17. doi: 10.7748/nm.29.5.15.s6

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