Nurses, social workers, clergy members and doctors hold the hands of the grieving, radiate calm in the face of anger and blame, and deliver news that leaves patients and their families without words. But no amount of training and experience can steel them against their own pain.
Care workers, pastoral and healthcare alike, have alot of grief to deal with. Patients and work can cause burn out for care workers. This article looks at how hospital staff needs grief care as well
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