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8 Signs of Nursing Burnout, allnurses.com, Published on Jan 4, 2019. Is your job something you dread every day? You may be starting to have signs of a burnout! Check out these other tips to help identify if you are going through burnout in your nursing career so that you can get the help and resources you need.
Caregiver Burnout in Long Term Care – Nurses – Case Managers – CRC – CDMS – CEUs, CareerSmart Learning, Published on Dec 14, 2016. This is a preview of the CareerSmart Learning online continuing education course Caregiver Burnout. It is worth 2 CEUs & is pre-approved for RN, CCM, CRC, and CDMS.
Learning the discipline of care not just the profession of nursing | Madelyn Blair | TEDxTWU, TEDx Talks, Published on Jun 16, 2016. Every modern air traveler knows the safety warning: “secure your own mask first before helping others.” It turns out this admonition applies to many areas in life beyond the cabins of airplanes. But learning how to take care of oneself first is not something that is taught in nursing school. If it were, perhaps it would significantly curb the burnout in nursing?
It was the innovation of nursing that lifted medicine out of the dark ages of practice. Today, Nurses represent nearly half of the healthcare workforce and are the end user of nearly every medical product on the market.
Great Leaders Mentor By Showing, Not Telling, Cleveland Clinic, Published on Jul 12, 2017. At the Leadership Summit, Executive Chief Nursing Officer K. Kelly Hancock, DNP, led a discussion on developing leaders. She shares her experiences and belief that leaders are responsible for clearing the path for others.
I Teach Nursing - Become a Nurse Educator, nuzunet, Published on Sep 9, 2008. Nurse educators combine clinical skills and knowledge and their passion for teaching others into a rewarding career. As professionals, who work in the classroom as well as the practice setting, they take responsibility and accountability for preparing and mentoring current and future nurses. Nurse educators play a vital role in the nursing workforce, serving as teachers, role models and leaders.
The Value of Mentoring for a New Graduate Registered Nurse, Community Health Network, Published on Aug 27, 2014. Community Health Network offers a comprehensive program for new graduate nurses as they transition from student to a licensed registered nurse. Learn more about nursing at Community at http://www.eCommunity.com/nursing.
UNC Hospitals_Perceptions of Mentoring, UNCHNursing, Published on Jul 14, 2010. UNC Hospitals Cardiothoracic Intensive Care Unit nurses give their impressions about a new nurse mentoring program.
Lessons from Nursing to the World | Kathleen Bartholomew | TEDxSanJuanIsland, TEDx Talks, Published on Jan 25, 2016. How can a profession with amazing potential for human connection fall short and fail to offer compassionate care? And why do nurses too often go in the other direction—and do harm? Registered Nurse Kathleen Bartholomew dissects the hierarchical culture within the nursing profession, and examines why nurses who are devalued and shamed are much more likely to make mistakes and relay critical patient information to a physician.
Nursing Resiliency, Hopkins Kimmel, Published on Nov 3, 2010. A short documentary film following the nurses' progress through the "Performance of Resiliency" program was presented at the 2010 national Oncology Nursing Society Congress. In October 2010, Johns Hopkins oncology nurses were featured in a presentation at the international Performing the World conference in New York City.
The resilient nurse - what motivates nurses to stay in their job?, RESYST Channel, Published on Oct 30, 2017. South Africa, like many other low and middle-income countries, face issues recruiting and retaining nurses, especially in rural areas. RESYST has investigated the dynamics of health worker movement in South Africa, to better understand the job choices of nurses – specifically with regard to where they work, when they move, where they move to, and the reasons for the decisions.
Building a Culture of Health, Nursing, and the National Academy of Medicine’s Evaluation, FutureofNursing, Published on Jan 7, 2016. Dr. Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, MBA, president and CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Dr. Victor Dzau, president of the National Academy of Medicine, chat during the Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action national convention in a conversation titled "Building a Culture of Health, Nursing, and the National Academy of Medicine’s Evaluation."
Nurse Stefan Torres Builds a Culture of Health, On and Off the Clock, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Published on Oct 1, 2018. Stefan Torres, RN, winner of the 2018 "It Takes a Nurse Video Challenge," talks about how he builds a Culture of Health both at work and off the clock. Using his nursing knowledge, he makes educational videos that inspire his viewers to live healthier lives.
Nurses Building a Culture of Health Funding Opportunities at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation 201, FutureofNursing, Published on Jan 23, 2019. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is working alongside others to build a Culture of Health that allows everyone in America a fair and just opportunity for health and well-being. Nurses play an essential role in creating the conditions that will make those opportunities available to all. Join RWJF’s Susan B. Hassmiller and Beth Toner as they discuss their foundation’s vision for a healthier America and share grant and leadership development opportunities available through the foundation.
Why Nursing is Key to a Culture of Health, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Streamed live on Oct 2, 2015. During an October 2, 2015 First Friday Google+ Hangout, panelists discussed how nurses are on the forefront of innovation in health and health care. Susan Dentzer, senior policy adviser to the Foundation, led a discussion on the creativity in nursing today, and what we can all do to help nurses reach their potential.