A Deep Dive Into Moral Injury
Interviewed by Dr. Dan Weberg, Patricia Pittman professor and director of the Mullan Institute at The George Washington University describes a new project examining the root causes of moral injury and calls for Change in Policy to protect nurses from moral injuries.
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Moral Injury among nurses is on everyone's mind. Moral injury occurs when nurses perpetrate, fail to prevent, or bear witness to acts that transgress deeply held moral beliefs and expectations. It is one of the major causes of burnout.
Interviewed by Arnie Arnesen in The Attitude, listen to Dr. Patricia Pittman speak about the Moral Injury in this podcast.
Hospitals Continue to See Chronic Staff Shortages in Sectors Treating COVID-19 Patients
Patricia Pittman, director of the Milken Institute of Health, professor in health policy at George Washington University, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the shortage in healthcare jobs amid the pandemic to highlight areas where the projected increase of current hospitalizations is so high that there will not be enough physicians in ICUs.
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Yahoo Finance’s Julie Hyman, Brian Sozzi, and Myles Udland discuss COVID-19 and hospital staffing outlook with Patricia Pittman, George Washington University Professor of Health Policy to discuss the shortage of staff during the pandemic.
The researchers at the Mullan Institute have developed this novel tool to help identify the shortages of at least one of the specialties that are essential to caring for COVID patients.
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