Sure, stress is part of nursing. But burnout doesn't have to be.
Empathetic nurses connect with patients in a uniquely valuable way and often provide higher quality care because of it. But there’s another side to empathy.
Focused on caring for others, nurses tend to let their own health slide. The Healthy Nurse, Healthy Nation Grand Challenge aims to change that.
Nurses and other providers must not forget to care for themselves.
With so many priorities, how can nurse leaders avoid burnout?
How can nursing leaders manage moral distress to prevent burnout?
Nurses often experience high levels of stress, which can lead to poor health consequences.
Even though most nurses work in a high-stress environment, best practices can help avoid premature burnout.
How do demographic factors affect 'compassion fatigue?'
New pilot program offers mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) training for nurses