Yeah, I've been there too, many times. My sister used to tease me about being satisfied for a year and then looking for a new job. Unfortunately for myself, pts, co-workers and my family I just was not happy at the bedside. (And when nurse is not happy, ain't nobody happy) What!!! How could you be a nurse and not want to be at the bedside???? It happens. I also finally went outside the hospital, first to hospice (I loved that for 3 years
and now to telehealth (we do triage, and disease management) It has been a great move for me. I am happier then ever and actually love my job. But my very best advice for burnout, and it is certainaly not origional with me, is ... Lister closely, this is hard...Take care of you. Eat right, exercise, sleep, pray, find a hobby (I sew, quilt, and cross stitch). Life is not about work, even when the job is wonderful.
Praying for you.