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Diagnosis: poor morale. A wellness program


, : Diagnosis: poor morale. A wellness program. Nursing Management 28(6): 40g-40g

A pilot wellness program was designed to develop self-managed emotional responses, optimism, self-empowerment skills and improved interpersonal interactions. The pilot program revealed unexpected differences between nursing division members as well as evidence supporting the original diagnosis-poor morale contributes to anxiety, powerlessness and ineffective coping skills.

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