Moral injury occurs following a morally injurious event, this can lead to negative thoughts about oneself or others developing, alongside feelings of shame, guilt or disgust.
This is one of a series of films to help healthcare workers think through some of the emotional and psychological challenges that may arise especially, but not limited, to a pandemic.
- Moral Injury chapters:
- 0:00 Start
- 0:52 What does Moral Injury actually mean?
- 4:03 What might it look like to me & my colleagues?
- 6:18 Will everyone eventually become injured?
- 8:09 What can I do to help myself & others?
- Mental health care for medical staff and affiliated healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic
- Moral injury and the COVID-19 pandemic: reframing what it is, who it affects and how care leaders can manage it
- Moral injury. Psychoanalytic Psychology
- Moral Injury: The Invisible Epidemic in COVID Health Care Workers
This film has been commissioned by the London Transformation and Learning (LTLC), a joint initiative between Health Education England and NHE England and NHS Improvement aimed at supporting the cross-skilling of the London NHS workforce to manage.