The British Journal of Nursing, all of our sister publications and many of our community of readers and supporters are backing the #SupportingNurses social media campaign to bring quality resources to nurses, supporting their resilience and wellbeing both during and beyond the response to Covid 19.
Much has been made of the heroic nature and quality of the work our nurses are performing. But the BJN recognises nurses as highly educated professionals and believes that the key thing they require now is evidence sharing and support to promote positive mental health.
Simply share your story, or link to free resources for nurses, anywhere on social media and tag it with #SupportingNurses. The BJN will curate everything here to help our nurses deliver the best care they can whilst looking after themselves at the same time.
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