Nursing Self Care
Significant differences exist based on sex, age, education level, unit, acuity, and nursing management changes, research indicates.
An emphasis on self care leads to better patient care. Nurses should practice good nutrition to help them stay strong and able to cope from beginning to end of their shift.
An aromatherapy intervention decreased work-stress related to tension, worry, and demands, according to a study.
A "Day of Rejuvenation" helped 90% of the urgent care center nurses at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center to decrease stress levels associated with compassion fatigue, research presented at the ONS 38th Annual Congress has found.
A listing of Web sites and online resources for nurse self-care.
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