U.S. Nurse Suicide Rates are Rising

U.S. Nurse Suicide Rates are Rising

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America’s Heroes Group podcast, episode 362, covers the rising nurses’ suicide rate in the U.S. Adelena Marshall, a VA Mental Health RN, joins us along with Carolina Stewart, nurse and CNL employed at the VA hospital.

“The majority of this seems to come from the burnout within the healthcare organizations,” Stewart explained. “The nurses tirelessly give their all to care for our Veterans and not necessarily having all of the resources or support that we need.”

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