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emdanuco ‍ Thank you for your kind comments.  Please see ANA's Nurse Suicide Prevention/Resilience website at  https://www.nursingworld.org/practice-policy/nurse-suicide-prevention/ and the Well-Being Initiative just for nurses at  https://www.nursingworld.org/practice-policy/work-environment/health-safety/disaster-prepa...
I love the title healthy nurse healthy nation. I have been away from bedside since 2014 but I still remember the level of stress I felt taking care of the sick and the dying in Oncology. Now, I am on different level of stress in transplant. Since the pandemic I most worried for my friends and colleague in the frontlines. It is hard to do self care when you are too b...
Are there any outpatient nurses who want to weigh in on what resources are available to them for patient handling? 
I am loving this post!  One of the challenges I see if that some facilities are 'task oriented' versus 'patient centric'.  Making the patient the center of care can help care givers approach specific tasks as a 'team'.  For example, there may be times when not everything gets done during first shift that normally gets done.  Does second shift not see this a...
Being a pale redhead, I don't leave the house without SPF 60 on this face or body. I wear a wide brimmed hat when out in sun for long periods of time. This is a great reminder of signs to watch for! Thanks! 

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