I remember being a new grad nurse and foolishly thinking my biggest challenge would be learning critical care pathophysiology. Boy was I wrong.
Nursing is a complex job and the learning phase involves a whole lot more than learning about how to care for patients. It also involves learning how to care for ourselves, too.
In this episode, I’m talking with Stephanie Griffeth about a concept that highlights how vitally important it is that nurses take as excellent care of themselves as they do their patients, especially in the beginning of their careers.
Click “play” to learn all about nurse shock, brilliantly explained using metaphors your nurse brain already understands.
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