Reducing Mental Health’s Stigma in Healthcare
Despite the number of individuals affected by mental illness and mental health disorders, the stigma around mental health remains. With that current stigma, healthcare workers may be less likely to seek treatment, and even have difficulty doing so once they decide to. Healthcare workers endure incredibly high-stress conditions, shift after shift, and the implications of COVID-19’s impact on mental health has begun to appear in current research.
Download this white paper to learn:
- Specific factors that contribute to an increase in healthcare workers’ stress levels
- Factors contributing to suicide and substance use disorders in healthcare workers
- The pandemic’s effect on nurses and healthcare workers
- The difference between moral injury vs. burnout during a pandemic
- How to reduce the stigma through education, transparency, and advocacy