Managers’ mental well-being and when it’s okay to say it’s not okay
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Managers’ mental well-being and when it’s okay to say it’s not okay

Daniel Allen , Health journalist

Being candid with colleagues about your mental ill health takes courage and can chip away at stigma, but there could be risks you will need to manage

When North Bristol NHS Trust’s chief nursing officer Steve Hams posted a photograph on Twitter of tablets he had been prescribed, he was not expecting much of a response.

Nursing Standard. 37, 5, 38-41. doi: 10.7748/ns.37.5.38.s18

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