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Re: Supporting healthcare workers with work related stress: Response to Anita Kistler

December 7, 2022
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Dear Editor

I thank Dr Anita Kistler for her response to our article.[1] She highlights the value of the HSE stress talking toolkit. She also points out the role of regulators in increasing stress and burnout amongst healthcare workers. Many doctors for example have suffered from stress and depression whilst under GMC investigation, sometimes severe enough to lead to suicide. This needs to be addressed urgently by regulators such as the GMC and CQC.

1. Shemtob L, Good L, Ferris M, , Asanati K, Majeed A et al. Supporting healthcare workers with work related stress BMJ 2022; 379 :e070779

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Re: Supporting healthcare workers with work related stress: Response to Anita Kistler

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