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  1. Nurses and Direct care workers (DCW), such as certified nursing assistants (CNA) or nursing assistance (NA), provide most care in a long-term care facility. They regularly assist the patients with medication administration, wound care, toileting, bat...
  2. Survey: New Nurse Burnout During COVID-19

    My name is Taylor and I am a MSN-FNP student at Simmons University. My co-investigators and I are conducting an online survey to examine the association between the COVID-19 pandemic and new graduate nurse burnout and professional satisfaction. Your ...
  3. M. Lee RN

    Caring for the Caregiver

    Caring FACT: Caring is the caregiver’s job. It is the name and the job description both. When does the healthcare provider stop caring? Never. Of course. So, what constitutes a break? Oftentimes, even after the caregiver hands off their resp...
  4. Nursing CE Central

    Addressing the Nursing Burnout Crisis

    Nursing burnout is an ongoing crisis in the U.S. healthcare system and is one of the main contributors to the mass exodus of nurses currently leaving the profession. Those who have stepped up to the plate and continued caring for patients amidst thes...
  5. hppygr8ful

    Healthcare Workers Still Love Their Jobs

    Read in its entirety: Exclusive: Angry and abused, health care workers still overwhelmingly love careers, poll shows
  6. gonzo1

    Exhausted from Covid

    20 year nurse, working full time ICU during Covid. I'm emotionally and physically exhausted. Wanted to do FMLA for a break but got a lot of pushback. Now I just want to quit and never go back. So lost as to how to proceed. I have almost perfect a...
  7. You are not getting enough sleep if ________ (fill in the blank) ...you fall asleep on the floor on your way to bed. Please share this with friends and post your comments below!
  8. “The Burn Unit? That sounds terrifying.” “Wow, you are so brave.” “How do you deal with treating those kinds of patients?” “How do you handle putting people through so much pain?” I am a Registered Nurse on a Burn Intensive Care Unit at a Leve...
  9. I am ready to leave the nursing profession after 6 years. I have a bachelor's degree in biology and got my associate's in nursing. In high school, I decided that I wanted a career in nursing. By the time I entered college, I decided I wanted to becom...
  10. 0400 am. I suddenly woke up fearing, that I didn’t hear an alarm…With great relief, I try to fall asleep… 0415 am. “I am glad that I still have time to sleep,” I said to myself, trying to enjoy sweet short minutes before getting up to work at 0500 am...
  11. Nurse Bullied & Burned Out

    Nursing has never been easy. Any student or practicing nurse can testify to the rigor of nursing school. Any nurse with experience of more than 6 months has seen or experienced bullying. Addressing individual behaviors and self-care absolutely have a...
  12. Brenda F. Johnson

    How Has Covid Affected Nursing?

    Nurses have a larger portion of burnout than other professions which can lead to patient care issues. Some of the prominent contributing factors for nurse burnout are: lack of supplies necessary to do their job, psychological effects of taking care o...
  13. Almost two years later, COVID-19 continues to take its toll on every aspect of life. Healthcare workers continue to report feeling exhausted, overwhelmed, and irritable1. Burnout, according to the World Health Organization, can be characterized as "f...
  14. 4 Strategies to Avoid Nursing Burnout During COVID-19

    Covid-19 has significantly impacted healthcare in multiple ways. There are supply chain shortages and there are staffing shortages. Some facilities are over capacity and some areas are working under crisis standards of care. People are dying in recor...
  15. Feeling Guilty About Nurse Burn Out

    I wasn’t a nurse long before the pandemic started, but even in the beginning of Covid, I still loved nursing. I enjoyed work, co workers, and patients. These last couple months staffing went out the window for my shift (nights). Our experienced nurse...
  16. Written by Morgan Curry, BSN, RN for Nursing CE Central Now more than ever, I hear this question asked just about every day. When I entered the nursing profession, people were excited to work and care for patients. Yes, you had some nurses who ...
  17. Joe V

    Wake Up! It's Your Day Off.

    Tired. Just tired. Are you getting enough sleep? Many are not. Look around you: the coworker who just walked into the door she's not getting enough sleep. I don't care how many cups of coffee she drinks - she needs sleep. How has sleep affected your ...
  18. J.Adderton

    I’m Out … (Cue Mic Drop)

    In my home state of Alabama, only 33% of residents are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The state’s healthcare workers are feeling a punch to the gut as new coronavirus cases have climbed 574% over a short period of time. Fueled by the delta vari...
  19. Are You or Someone You Know Burned Out?

    Burn out? Me? It was me. Multiple times. And, recently yet again. After writing the two most recent allnurses® articles it became obvious to me that I was dealing with burnout. I, the one doing a dissertation on the topic, was burnt out. ...
  20. Not So Sure

    I have been a school nurse since August 2014. I have worked with ALL age groups High School, K-8, PK-6. I have been in 5 different schools. My current school PK-6th has been the most stable because of the Admins which truly truly makes a differe...
  21. I recently finished watching the Apple TV show "The Me You Don't See" about mental health issues throughout the world. It really moved me and inspired me to think about what we can do for the nursing community. We are now over a year into a pandemi...
  22. Burnout...what to do about it?

    Anyone here ever experience burnout? If so, what did you do about it? I have been a nurse for almost 5 years...which is really not long at all. But, I am heading closer and closer to burnout, if I’m not there already. I used to look forward to going ...
  23. Nursing Observations as a Self-Care Tool

    In nursing school, we are taught the importance of observations. It is the start of our decision-making process, and all we do flows from there. Thorough observations are the core of our nursing assessments. We become nurses and, as time passes, we g...
  24. Sorry for all of my posts recently, I'm just struggling at the moment. I recently made a post about how much I disliked my current med/surg hospital job and wanted to quit. I have been in that job for a year and a half so feel I gave it a good chance...
  25. Burnout or Boredom?

    I have been an RN for 3 years, and working in Private duty via a small agency for 2 years. I left the hospital because I hate the politics and the lack of freedom in my schedule. My pediatric patient now is pretty complex, but balanced at this ...