Why ‘resilience’ is a dangerous buzzword
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Why ‘resilience’ is a dangerous buzzword

Chiara Dall’Ora Lecturer in nursing workforce, University of Southampton

The ‘supernurse’ culture puts too much responsibility on staff – they are human beings, not machines

It was 2016 when I first came across the term ‘resilience’ in an International Council of Nurses document, Nurses: A Force for Change – Improving Health Systems’ Resilience.

Nursing Standard. 36, 7, 23-23. doi: 10.7748/ns.36.7.23.s12

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