Clinical supervision aids well-being and protects nurses
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Clinical supervision aids well-being and protects nurses

Marie Therese Massey Associate dean for wider workforce, NHS England – Yorkshire, Primary Health Care’s editorial advisory board

Burnout, mental exhaustion and lack of resilience are all frequently cited reasons for nurses leaving the workforce, and addressing the mental health and well-being of nurses is a vital factor in retaining staff.

Primary Health Care. 33, 4, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/phc.33.4.5.s1

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