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Joy in Work Toolkit

This toolkit outlines essential components for fostering joy in the workplace and supporting the public health workforce. It also provides...

Psychological Safety for Teams

An article providing practical steps and strategies to create a more psychologically safe environment for health-care teams.

Time to Speak Up: A Graphical Depiction of Psychological Safety in Health Care Teams

An article that presents scenarios related to psychological safety in health-care teams, while illustrating barriers and modelling a culture where...

Practical Lessons for Teaching About Race and Racism: Successfully Leading Free, Frank, and Fearless Discussions

This article describes 12 lessons learned about successfully teaching race and racism to health professions students under four main themes:...

Bias and the Psychological Safety in Healthcare Teams

An article that defines bias and psychological safety in healthcare teams and includes a case study. It also offers strategies...

Reflections on the Mentor-Mentee Relationship

An article on how a successful mentoring relationship can bring significant benefits to mentees’ academic research productivity and career satisfaction....

How to Learn from Failure

This article discusses different types of failures in the medical field and how clinicians can learn from and improve their...

Overcoming Challenges to Teamwork in Healthcare

This article introduces a comprehensive framework for team effectiveness. It identifies common challenges to teamwork in health-care settings and shares...

How Psychologists can Help Protect Health Care Teams

An article that discusses stress, strain, and teamwork and describes how psychological research can help build resilience in overworked health-care...

Exploring Hidden Curricula in an Interprofessional Intensive Care Unit Simulation

An interprofessional simulation, with 194 students in undergraduate and professional programs from seven health-care professions, that seeks to determine if...

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