Compassion, collaboration, and community strategies for staff well-being
Donna Leno Gordon, MPA, MS, RN, NC-BC; Maria Veronica Nitorreda, MAN, RN, NC-BC; Fe Villar Jacolbe, MA, RN, RN-BC; Opal Sinclair-Chung, MS, MSNE, RN.
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The COVID-19 pandemic brought unforeseen, unprecedented challenges to healthcare staff well-being. It also elicited compassion, a sense of community and belonging, and strong interdisciplinary collaboration at NYC Health + Hospitals/Kings County. Kings County is a Level I trauma center, one of the 11 acute care facilities of New York City Health + Hospitals. Designated a Center of Excellence for stroke, diabetes, perinatal care, AIDS, Parkinson disease, behavioral health, and Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner (SAFE), the facility houses 624 certified beds, employs more than 5,000 people, and serves 2.6 million residents of Brooklyn.
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|Citation||Gordon, Donna Leno MPA, MS, RN, NC-BC; Nitorreda, Maria Veronica MAN, RN, NC-BC; Jacolbe, Fe Villar MA, RN, RN-BC; Sinclair-Chung, Opal MS, MSNE, RN. Compassion, collaboration, and community: Strategies for staff well-being. Nursing Management (Springhouse) 54(6):p 7-11, June 2023. | DOI: 10.1097/nmg.0000000000000024|
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