Occupational health – a source of support, not a cause for suspicion
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Occupational health – a source of support, not a cause for suspicion

Stephen Jones RCN professional lead for mental health

Nurses need health and well-being support in the workplace now more than ever. Find out what a referral to occupational health really involves, and why there is no need to feel apprehensive about having one

Employers are required by law to prevent physical and mental ill health in their staff that might occur as a result of their business activities.

Nursing Standard. 36, 11, 35-37. doi: 10.7748/ns.36.11.35.s18

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