Fostering Psychologic Safety and Supporting Mental Health Among Cardiovascular Health Care Workers

Published: May 30, 2024

  • Psychological safety in the workplace refers to the shared belief that individuals or teams feel included, safe to learn and contribute, and safe to express their ideas and perspectives without fear of embarrassment or retribution.
  • Psychological safety is an important aspect of the well-being of health care workers and can help address burnout and workforce shortages.
  • Peer support programs, mental health interventions, and training are important for promoting well-being and preventing burnout.