Creating a Healthy Work Environment

Helton, Rebecca E.
October 2009
Critical Care Nurse;Oct2009, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p80
Academic Journal
The article discusses the strategies on creating a healthy working environment. It cites the environment committee that recognizes the critical care nurses and designs ways to honor nurses. It notes that a clinical newsletter is important to disseminate information on health issues as well as clinical-related jokes. The importance of creating mentor program for career guidance and critical care internship program is also discussed.


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