This lesson in crisis leadership relates to burnout and moral distress among nurses.
Thematic analysis of selected studies suggests that nurses are at an increased risk for stress, burnout and depression during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Younger female nurses with less clinical experience are more vulnerable to adverse mental health outcomes.
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Juggy Sihota, Vice President, Consumer Health, TELUS and Dr. Diane McIntosh, Chief Neuroscience Officer, TELUS
At our Breakfast event on January 23, 2019. Dr. Kevin Smith, President and CEO, University Health Network (UHN) discusses how Ontario’s hospitals are often operating beyond 100 per cent capacity.
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While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to challenge Canada’s health-care system and economy, a University of Alberta economist has been awarded $1.25 million by the federal government to start pl [...]
COVID-19 cases in Ontario will remain high into summer without six week stay-at-home order, modelling shows
Without a stay-at-home order lasting six weeks, a more robust vaccination campaign and support for high-risk communities, the current COVID-19 wave will not flatten and will continue into the summer, [...]
OTTAWA, ON, April 16, 2021 /CNW/ - The Canadian Medical Association (CMA) is issuing an urgent call for unprecedented measures to address the state of crisis unfolding in several provin [...]