Be A Leader To Others In Nurse Resiliency
It's day 6 of the Grow Your Resiliency challenge!
Nurses have the power to support and enrich moral resiliency in the workplace. Here are some ways nurse leaders can foster resiliency:
- Share resources to help nurses overcome moral distress and build moral resilience, including our Call to Action Report, Exploring Moral Resilience Toward a Culture of Ethical Practice or these challenge emails.
- Participate in organization-wide ethics committees to bring the nursing perspective into decision-making.
- Make an effort to become skilled at recognizing and taking ethically grounded action in response to disagreement or conflict.
- Find and/or ask your employer for support programs for nurses, such as self-care training, ethical competence classes, and continuing education, among others, including ANA’s Professional Issues Panel’s Call to Action Report, Exploring Moral Resilience Toward a Culture of Ethical Practice.
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