Sustaining resilience of healthcare workers and leaders during a pandemic: a protocol to support coping during the Covid-19 pandemic
protocols & guidelines
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AbstractObjective: One way healthcare organisations can support their staff is through supervision. Supervision is typically defined as a process in which professionals receive support and guidance from more experienced colleagues. In this brief review we propose a tailored protocol for supporting support workers during a pandemic. Method: We collected narrative data from difference sources including a systematic meta ethnography and used expert advise in order to tailor the protocol. Results: This protocol can be used by management teams (e.g., senior support workers, team leaders, registered managers, and operation managers) without any prior experience of supervision. The protocol suggested includes a template with easy-to-follow instructions. Conclusions: It provides an easy step-by-step guide that simplifies the process whilst maintaining the depth needed to ensure effective supervision.
CitationKasdovasilis P, Cook N, Montasem A (2023) 'Sustaining resilience of healthcare workers and leaders during a pandemic: a protocol to support coping during the Covid-19 pandemic', Psychiatry: Interpersonal and Biological Processes, 86 (4), pp.329-343.
PublisherTaylor and Francis
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