STAT July 21, 2022
Danielle Bowie

Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, the dire state of nursing has been grist for endless headlines, studies, and think pieces, as has the epidemic of clinician mental health problems.

People like me who are concerned about nursing have been hoping that this moment might actually be a catalyst for progress and a step toward enacting some of the reforms the profession needed well before SARS-CoV-2 changed lives around the world. The pandemic exposed — and exacerbated — the cracks that already existed, from understaffing to unsustainable patient loads to workplace cultures that often minimize mental health.

My colleagues and I at Trusted Health were interested to see if the widespread conversations around mental health were being translated into programs,...

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