Creating psychologically healthy work environments for nurses: Emerging findings from the healthy professional worker partnership
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This presentation will provide preliminary findings from the Pan-Canadian study, the Healthy Professional Worker Partnership, on work and organizational factors impacting the mental health of nurses, prior to and during the COVID-19 pandemic. Recommendations to ensure psychologically healthy work environments for nurses will also be provided.
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