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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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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…

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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