Inpatient Suicide Second Victim Experience and Support Tool: psychometric properties for Chinese general hospitals among nurses who experienced inpatient suicide - Tan R, Luo KY, Hu DY, Zhao Y, Han YH, Xu K.

This study describes a psychometric evaluation scale called the Inpatient Suicide Second Victim Experience and Support Tool, to measure physical and psychological distress, with a focus on resources for supporting the needs of nursing professionals. Our st...
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