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The 7 new articles in this current OJIN topic COVID-19: Addressing Ongoing Pandemic Mental Health Concerns for Providers, offer perspectives about trauma informed approaches and mental health care for nurses.
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Using a Trauma-Informed Approach to Address Burnout in Nursing: What an Organization Can Accomplish
Trauma Informed Educational Practices: An Educational Innovation for Graduate Nursing Students
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