Modifying daily food habits slowly can add up to better health over time.
For caregivers who want to reclaim a sense of calm on and off the job, it all comes down to focusing on the present moment.
It’s more important than ever for nurses to check in with themselves, put wellness practices in place and ask for help when they need it.
Losing patients can cause emotional distress that eventually leads to job burnout. A nurse in the medical ICU at Cleveland Clinic’s main campus created a Lavender Lounge where caregivers can grieve and heal.
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Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, clinical nurses haven’t just faced stress and uncertainty at work. They’ve struggled at home, too. A Cleveland Clinic nurse provides insight on coping with family stressors.
A day in the life of a nurse requires many long hours of standing, walking and lifting, which can cause stress on lower extremities – especially feet. These tips can help nurses keep their feet feeling their best.
Cleveland Clinic’s Wellness Department offers a full menu of programs geared toward improving the health and well-being of caregivers. Nurse leaders are making wellness a priority.
Cleveland Clinic’s 10th Annual Nursing Leadership Summit was one for the record books! Here’s what ECNO Kelly Hancock had to say about the milestone event.
Nurses often focus so much on caring for others that they fail to properly care for themselves. Resolve to put yourself first in 2018.
Cleveland Clinic specialists regularly host live webchats to discuss timely health topics. Earlier this year, nurse wellness expert Holli Blazey shared her expertise on managing work-life stress. Learn more and read the full transcript here.