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#healthynurse Spotlight
The #healthynurse Spotlight is a shout out to nurses who are making changes in their lives to improve their health and wellness. You can too! Share your story with us here.

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Learn more about the work our Champions are doing to support the health and well-being of heir nurses.

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Safety
Your safety matters. This domain covers a wide range of topics - from staying alert at the wheel to safe patient handling and mobility.
 

Rest
Rest breaks and healthy sleep are not only restorative - but are key to your health and to providing safe patient care. This domain addresses strategies and guidelines for restorative sleep, workplace breaks and napping, and managing shift work.

Quality of Life
Your life is full and your work is often stressful. This domain focuses on the elements that improve the quality of your life: including resiliency and preventing burnout, financial health, restoring joy, and achieving a positive work/life balance.

Physical Activity
Nurses are often on their feet all day but fall short of recommended national guidelines for physical exercise. This domain includes strategies for overcoming barriers for guidelines and meeting exercise guidelines.

Nutrition
It isn't easy to find time for healthy eating. On average, nurses consume less fruits, veggies, and whole grains than other Americans. This domain covers recommended guidelines for dietary health, managing diet at work, and overcoming barriers to nutrition.

Recent Comments

Yes we can do it ?
I am looking forward to see what I can learn. 
Angela Bonaby you are right! Nurses must start supporting each other and stop looking the other way. Together we can make a difference.
Let’s do it!
As I consider my workplace, I am very fortunate to work with a team that usually works really well together. Our director, that does not have clinical background, can feel undermining although I think it is her way to try to control stressful situations and the stress in her life. I believe some nurses do some scapegoating but all in all a pretty great team!