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Young and Already Burned Out By Nursing – Part 2

Welcome to part 2. Here we’ll identify burnout signs and triggers as well as strategies for coping with and hopefully avoiding burnout as a young healthcare provider. Identifying Signs and Triggers The first way to learn to differentiate between a normal level of stress…

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Tips to Combat Nurse Burnout

Being a nurse is a demanding job. And, while it is one of the most in-demand careers in the country, the shortage of nurses can lead to nurse burnout. Burnout is categorized as physical, mental and emotional exhaustion. It can lead to detachment and depression. Recently,…

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7 TED Talks Every Nurse Should Watch

Being a nurse is a hard job. It consists of long shifts, tragic situations, difficult coworkers, and so much more. However, it’s also considered one of the most of the most satisfying, secure and in-demand jobs. Still, when times are tough, it helps to…

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10 Self-care Tips for Nurses

After years of coffee-fueled late nights and study sessions, you’ve succeeded in passing your board exam and now get to boast those well-deserved letters behind your name and join the ranks of nurses all over the world. Here are 10 self-care tips you should…

Five Weight-loss Tips & Myths (Part 1)

Separating truth from reality is critical to weight-loss success Many people consider the “Battle of the Bulge” a never-ending war between themselves, their bodies, and their appetites. But as anyone who’s struggled or succeeded with weight loss knows, the mental aspect may be the…

Your First Mistake as a Nurse

Strategies to move past that inevitable first error New registered nurses confront a constantly changing and often chaotic practice environment. It may take several years for a new nurse to fully acclimate to the professional role. During that time, new nurses are more apt…

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