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Striving For Nurses’ Greater Good

As nurse stress goes up, satisfaction and outcomes go down. Factors reported to generate nurse stress are workload, shift work, interpersonal conflicts, inadequate preparation, death and dying and uncertainty regarding treatments. (Tucker et al) The work environment and individual response lend to the stress levels. Daniel Pink has another angle. He claims in his book, […]

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Nuances of Nurse Stress

There are numerous facts and nuances in the study of nurse stress. Because our work and work environments are complex, there are plenty of angles to look at. Trends across all industries and workforces show that personal and professional Burnout has become ubiquitous. Measurements of employee stress levels of all industries are at record highs. […]

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