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Organizational recommendations for supporting and enhancing healthcare provider mental health

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What would happen if three out of every five employees left your healthcare organization? And, what if two out of five left the healthcare profession altogether?

Our national study of Canadian healthcare providers’ (HCPs) mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic determined it’s a very real possibility.

Data collected from approximately 300 HCPs during the pandemic revealed that approximately three in five HCPs are more than 50 percent likely to leave their organization and approximately two in five HCPs are more than 50 percent likely to leave their profession.

Further, two in three HCPs felt they DID NOT have access to adequate extended benefit coverage for mental health. There’s more to this story…

This is a call to action

We have developed recommendations for healthcare organizations to foster positive change within the healthcare sector using data collected from HCP interviews.

The following recommendations — listed from highest to lowest frequency — were most often mentioned by HCPs.

Load the following modules for more detailed documents outlining all recommendations and strategies for implementation. 

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