A challenging patient case illustrates how caring for each other enables oncology nurses to provide better patient care.
For both genders, grief reactions linked to emotional distress among those at high levels of burnout.
Significant differences exist based on sex, age, education level, unit, acuity, and nursing management changes, research indicates.
The American Nurses Association's impending position statement on nurse fatigue may focus on total number of hours worked, not just length of shift.
Burnout was reduced and secondary trauma improved by a 6-week initiative to prevent compassion fatigue.
An aromatherapy intervention decreased work-stress related to tension, worry, and demands, according to a study.
Oncology nurses are exposed every day to so much pain and suffering. Any suggestions?
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