Efforts to reduce stress not reaching the workforce
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Efforts to reduce stress not reaching the workforce

Stephanie Jones-Berry Freelance health journalist

Responses to a Nursing Standard survey suggest employer initiatives targeting well-being and clinical supervision are scuppered by the pressures of short-staffing

Lack of access to clinical supervision and activities that could help to relieve stress and burnout at work is a major barrier to well-being, nurses have told Nursing Standard.

Nursing Standard. 33, 3, 51-53. doi: 10.7748/ns.33.3.51.s27

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