How storytelling can help staff to develop resilience
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How storytelling can help staff to develop resilience

Lucy Gillespie Practice development lead for recruitment and retention, Nottingham University Hospitals
Gemma Boyd Health Education England transformation and leadership fellow, Nottingham University Hospitals

Recounting stories, and listening to those of others, is one way to find a different perspective in stressful situations

Anxiety and depression are at their highest ever levels among health and social care workers. Data from the Health and Safety Executive show that 3,090 in every 100,000 nursing and midwifery professionals experienced work-related stress, depression or anxiety last year.

Nursing Standard. 32, 27, 38-39. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.27.38.s33

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