Category Archives: Tools
Check out our latest featured article: 99 Best Journals and Publications for Nurses “Reading scholarly publications and new research about nursing is an important way for nurses at any stage of their career to keep up with the quickly transforming … Continue reading
Last week, we talked about depersonalizing when reacting to others and learning to take things less personally. This is a useful skill and can contribute to our own ability to stay clear, focused and free of the symptoms of burnout. … Continue reading
Following up on my previous post about the intersection of nurses and social media, this post will focus on blogs, blogging, and nurse bloggers.
Just recently, my wife and I went on a retreat, escaping the world and delighting in time to renew ourselves, our marriage, and our lives. We’ve now returned to the workaday world, and I am one refreshed nurse!
Nursing can really take over your life, and your job can eventually seem like it’s the only thing you have energy for. This is a sure sign of impending burnout, and it’s crucial that you act now if you feel … Continue reading
Speaking with a coaching client today, it became apparent to me that sometimes nurses just need to breathe. Just breathe. The breath can be the gateway to a refreshed mind, and sometimes our stress of the moment can be redirected … Continue reading
As a nurse, do you have ideas that seem somewhat out of the box or contrary to what everyone else seems to be doing? Do you have innovative ideas for how to streamline workflows, make charting easier, or otherwise make … Continue reading
Remember those days in nursing school when they talked to you about ADPIE ad nauseum? Assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation? It seemed so simple, yet so foreign at the same time. Whether you think about it or not, you … Continue reading
Long shifts are part and parcel of many nurses’ working lives, and even with excellent self-care, those long days and nights can take their toll on the healthiest nurses.