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    Sensory Processing Sensitivity: Is Being Highly Sensitive Associated with Stress and Burnout in Nursing?

    Sensory Processing Sensitivity: Is Being Highly Sensitive Associated with Stress and Burnout in Nursing?

    Recent studies indicate that those with Sensory Processing Sensitivity are more prone to organizational stress and burnout than their non-sensitive peers. This trait was studied within the ever-essent…

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    Highly Sensitive People in Nursing: Stress & Burnout - Research

    Highly Sensitive People in Nursing: Stress & Burnout - Research

    Highly Sensitive People make up roughly 20% of any given population. Given this group is more sensitive to internal and external stimuli, those that are highly sensitive might consider how this could …

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    Shared Governance Leadership: 10 Lessons

    Shared Governance Leadership: 10 Lessons

    After chairing my hospital’s shared governance committee for a year, I can now say that it has been an invaluable learning experience. I’ve learned some lessons that I will carry with me for the rest …

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