Moral injury is the harm inflicted on an individual's sense of right and wrong because of exposure to actions or events that violate their personal and professional ethical standards. It can cause a range of symptoms, including guilt, depression, and a loss of meaning and purpose. Organizations can prevent moral injury by creating a supportive work environment and providing training, resources, and support for employees who experience it. It is important to take a proactive approach to preventing and addressing moral injury in the workplace. This presentation will address the symptoms, causes, and exposure of moral injury, while highlighting the organizational impact and ways to prevent harmful implications for a healthy workplace culture.
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