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Join the movement – Advancing psychological health and safety in healthcare settings

Healthcare workers dedicate their lives to providing quality healthcare to others. However, the unique rewards of delivering healthcare also present unique challenges. Creating psychologically healthy workplaces not only benefits staff engagement, wellbeing and satisfaction, but also translates to safer and more effective patient care.

Watch this video to learn the unique importance of psychological health and safety in healthcare settings and why your organization should sign the Declaration to Psychological Health and Safety in Healthcare.

Join the movement – be a health leader.

For more information contact mhccinfo@mentalhealthcommission.ca.

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