Work related stress and wellbeing in critical care nurses and their relationship with patient safety

Carol Louise McCallum
Background: In the United Kingdom 2,460 per 100,000 nurses reported high work stress (Health & Safety Executive, 2020). The prevalence of work stress in critical care nurses (CCNs) is unknown. Despite a large literature base, the causes, and consequences of CCN work stress cannot be determined. Little is known of the effects of CCN work stress on patient outcomes. Methods: Phase I explored the work-related stress literature and identified measures to capture work-related stress and...
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