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Creating a Safe Space: Strategies to Address the Psychological Safety of Healthcare Workers

A manual offering a comprehensive overview of peer support programs in Canada and internationally. It provides best practice guidelines, tools, and resources to help policy makers, accrediting bodies, regulators, and health-care leaders assess and develop peer-support programs for health-care workers. The aim is to support workers’ emotional well-being and enable them to provide safer, higher-quality care to patients.

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Author(s)/Organization(s)
Canadian Patient Safety Institute
Tags
Safe space, peer support, psychological safety, moral distress
Audience
Human resource representative, Manager/Supervisor/Director
Theme
Psychological protection, Protection from moral distress, Support for psychological self-care
Cost
Free
Format
Document/Report
Sector
Specific to healthcare
Setting
Hospital, Long-term care, Private clinic, Community care, Home care, Online setting
Identity
Not explicitly
Language
Bilingual

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