Nurses are renowned for not taking good care of themselves, ostensibly because they’re so busy taking care of others and living the lives of the saints that they are perceived to be.
Caring for patients, takes not only an extraordinary amount of knowledge and skill, but also caring. How can we make sure we’re mentally up for the task?
Many of us are nurses because we’re caring people, and when someone asks why we became a nurse, we might say something like, “Oh, I like to help people”. And that sounds nice. But we know there’s more to it than that, don’t we?
Physician Adam Kendall uses music not only to heal himself, but also to bring inspiration and purpose to those who also suffer.
Strategies helpful to prevent feeling overwhelmed and burned out for SLPs and other therapy professionals.
by Lori Corley
My name is Lori Corley and I am recovering from physician burnout. There is a lot of discussion and education about physician burnout recently, but this was not always the case. Physician burnout is that point where you love and ha…
Researchers have turned their attention on mindfulness benefits on physician burnout and physician stress relief and are finding promising results.
93% of nurses suffer from swollen and painful feet after their shift. Here are some ways to lessen that pain.
It’s Sleep Awareness Week, and if you’re a nurse, you’re probably well aware of how tired you are. Here’s some tips on how to get a better night’s sleep.
A great regimen of exercises that nurses can do every day to increase strength, flexibility, and physical fitness.