Nurses, doctors and other health professionals could be expected to hold monthly meetings to discuss the pressures they face.
Health minister Dan Poulter recently told Nursing Times the government was investing £650,000 to expand a pilot of what are known as Schwartz Center Rounds to an extra 40 hospitals over the next two years.
Schwartz rounds involve the multidisciplinary team meeting once a month to discuss either specific patient cases or a set of circumstances they may face, such as caring for patients with dementia.
Research suggests this leads to staff feeling less isolated and better able to cope with pressures as well as improvements in communication.
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