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A Healthier Health Visiting Workforce: Findings from the Restorative Supervision Programme

The following paper explores how clinical supervision is being delivered and experienced by professionals within different trusts, and shares quantitative data to...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Reducing Burnout and Stress: The Effectiveness of Clinical Supervision

Published in the Community Practitioner, this paper aims to identify the effectiveness of a clinical supervision model to reduce burnout and stress for health...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Stress Management Interventions in the Dutch Domiciliary Care Sector: Findings from 81 Organizations

Published in the International Journal of Stress Management, the following study evaluates a large-scale job stress reduction program implemented in the Dutch...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
A Self-Referral Preventive Intervention for Burnout Among Norwegian Nurses: One-Year Follow-Up Study

This study investigated levels and predictors of change in burnout dimensions after an intervention for help-seeking nurses. The intervention reduced nurses’...

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A Mindfulness Course Decreases Burnout and Improves Well-Being Among Healthcare Providers

Published in the International Journal of Psychiatry Medicine, the purpose of this study was to determine if a continuing education course based on...

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Reducing Emotional Distress in Nurses Using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: A Preliminary Program Evaluation

Published in the Japan Journal of Nursing Science, the following study evaluates the effectiveness of a 1-day stress management program on nurses’ stress levels....

Peer-Reviewed Literature
The Impact of an Innovative Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Program on the Health and Well-Being of Nurses Employed in a Corporate Setting

Published in the Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, the following study assesses the impact of an eight week telephone-delivered mindfulness-based stress...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Fixing the System to Fight Burnout

Leaders of medical societies and other stakeholders in the health care industry are looking at broad changes in the health care system to help doctors. The...

Article
Emergency Medicine Wellness Week

The American College of Emergency Physicians recognizes Emergency Medicine Wellness Week each year. Wellness week includes daily emails to keep emergency medicine...

Toolkit
Compassion Fatigue as a Threat to Ethical Practice: Identificaation, Personal, and Workplace Prevention/Management Strategies

Published in MEDSURG Nursing, the following paper discusses compassion fatigue in nurses as a threat to ethical practice. The paper provides a personal storyu about...

Opinion Piece/Short Communication