Young and Already Burned Out By Nursing – Part 1

Employees, managers, and researchers agree that the new, young nurse needs to be mindful of occupational stress. A feeling of being “completely” overwhelmed, constant tiredness, a lack of empathy, little to no patience, and a high level of anxiety — these represent the symptoms…

Nursing burnout

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,…

Job Burnout: What Is It and How Do You Handle It?

Pursue the opportunities that will reinvigorate your career Let’s start out by answering a few basic questions. Are you irritable and impatient with your co-workers, boss and/or patients? Do you grudgingly struggle to arrive at work? Do you desire to leave work early every…

Avoiding Burnout

Let’s get real for a minute. As a salon professional you know that your main job isn’t just providing clients with excellent service, making them feel beautiful, and educating them. Your real job is listening. The majority of your days are spent listening, which is…

Is Nurse Burnout Infecting Hospitals?

Studies linking low patient satisfaction scores and high frequency of hospital-acquired infections with overburdened nurses are getting lots of media attention-not to mention attention of administration-but one researcher always found a “missing link” in these stories. “There’s so much data on nurse to patient…

A ‘Critical’ Nursing Problem

A ‘Critical’ Nursing Problem Finding a solution for stress and nurse burnout in the ICU. By Beth Puliti For many critical care nurses, stress and burnout come with the territory. Research has even proved that stress has far-reaching effects for nurses not only in…

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