Preventing Moral Injury in Nurses Toolkit
Moral injury has been described as a “deep soul wound” that has the potential to impact healthcare workers on an individual level and organizations overall. Brought on by extreme pressure and morally challenging dilemmas, caregivers may not be able to provide the care that they deem essential.
Today, with the country depending on the healthcare workforce like never before, it is vital for leaders to consider the burdens placed on front-line clinicians.
To help your organization identify, understand, and prevent moral injury, Relias has developed a resource kit that includes:
- Materials to share with your team on the leading causes of moral injury
- Best practices to prevent moral injury
- Information on how treating moral injury, establishing recognition programs, and reducing the stigma of mental health in healthcare is evolving