emotional DEBRIEFING

Huff, Charlotte
August 2006
H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;Aug2006, Vol. 80 Issue 8, p38
Trade Publication
The article discusses the psychological support provided by hospitals to their residents and clinicians. Increasingly, though, hospital administrators recognize that clinicians' needs, whether they involve a medical error or sadness following a rash of patient deaths. Meanwhile, individual hospitals are launching their own initiatives. Addressing job stressors, though, is complicated by clinicians' reluctance to even admit weakness. INSET: TALKING AND TRANQUILITY HELP NURSES DECOMPRESS.


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