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Guide/Tool/Toolkit

Joy in Work Toolkit

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

Let’s Talk Moral Distress: Resource Guide

A resource to support teams who experience moral distress. It describes its underlying factors and offers strategies and videos to...

Advancing Collaborative Teams (ACT) Toolkit

A toolkit to help teams reflect on their performance and prioritize opportunities and strategies for further development as part of...

A Practical Guide to the Art of Psychological Safety in the Real World of Health and Care

This practical guide offers insights that emerged from an exploration of the experience of more than 80 health and care...

Supporting Our Staff: A Toolkit to Promote Cultures of Civility and Respect

A practical, interactive toolkit developed by the U.K.’s National Health Service to create positive working environments that are kind, compassionate,...

Working Differently Together: Progressing a One Workforce Approach

A step-by-step guide on the effective implementation of teams whose members are from a range of health and social care...

Long-Term Care Best Practices Toolkit

This toolkit provides staff, nurses, educators, and leaders with evidence-based resources and tools. Its ‘healthy work environment topics and associated...

Guidelines for Inclusivity

Practical guidelines to help incorporate inclusive, anti-racist, and anti-oppression practices into medical education.

PGME Information Sheet: Hidden Curriculum

An information sheet with an overview of the hidden curriculum, including its distinctions from the formal curriculum, its impacts and...

A Guide for Teaching in Clinical Settings, Part II: The Hidden Curriculum in Health Care Education

This guide covers the hidden curriculum in health-care education and its dimensions and offers recommendations on how to address it...

Thank you for your interest in the Psychological Health and Safety Toolkit for Primary Care Teams and Training Programs (PH&S Toolkit)!

 

Your input is invaluable to help us revise the publicly available PH&S Toolkit to be launched in March 2024.

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