How can nurses channel their inner strength when they need it more? Join us for this episode of Nurse Essentials, where experts discuss how to build resilience and overcome obstacles in both good times and bad.
When you can’t change external circumstances, tap into internal resources to find strength and peace.
The sources and forms of provider anxiety and stress are many, but strategies for resilience are available. They start with overcoming caregiver concerns about stigma for seeking support.
In this short video, Adrienne Boissy, MD, Chief Experience Officer, explains why empathy matters in healthcare ― to our patients, to fellow caregivers and to ourselves.
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What’s one skill you can develop to help you face daily challenges? Amy Sullivan, PsyD, explains why it’s worth investing the time to become more resilient.
Adrienne Boissy, MD, MA, Cleveland Clinic Chief Experience Officer, pauses to reexamine the oft implicit assumptions being made by some as we try to address burnout in this country.
When a patient dies, a time to honor and reset is helpful. Silvia Perez Protto, MD, explains.
Stressed? Of course you are. But resilience can help. Chief of Staff Brian G. Donley, MD, explains how building resilience can help you improve your well-being, as well as your relationships with patients and colleagues.