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Commentary on: Aloufi MA, Jarden RJ, Gerdtz MF, Kapp S. Reducing stress, anxiety and depression in undergraduate nursing students: systematic review. Nurs Ed Today 2021;102:104877.1
Implications for practice and research
Joint initiatives between educational settings and placement providers are required to promote student nurse well-being.
Future research must ensure rigorous study design with planned long-term follow-up, to support the development of a robust body of evidence.
Extensive research has identified the demands of nursing on emotional and physical well-being2 and acknowledges that mental health concerns are often reported by nurses, especially student nurses, which far exceed the stress and anxiety levels reported by other students.3 Good health and well-being within the profession is essential for the safe delivery of quality healthcare,4 and the use of effective interventions …
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