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Setting Intentions for Self-Care in 2023

The Nursing Site

Setting intentions for self-care in 2023 is a much more realistic process. This is one of the ultimate goals of self-care. Instead of being renewal and positive experiences, they become cumbersome and distracting and focus on failures and lack of successor follow through.

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Self-care and team-care intervention of connection: Gratitude

American Nurse

Coaching others to embrace the self-care and team-care practice of gratitude is heard but doesn’t appear to be heeded. First, some highlights from across ANA that tell the story of why gratitude matters for self and for the team. That’s team-care and self-care in one action. Challenge accepted.

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Self-care within hospice and palliative care nursing

American Nurse

A literature review identifies opportunities to support nurses working in these care settings. Establishing goals of care and providing education regarding hospice and palliative care philosophies can better prepare patients and families for the inevitable struggles at the end of life. What does the literature say?

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Self-Care for Travel Nurses

The Gypsy Nurse

Self-care.” And if you’re a travel nurse, you should be practicing self-care for travel nurses. Learn why self-care is so important, especially for travel nurses, and quick ways you can implement self-care today. Self-care for some nurses may mean a full night of uninterrupted sleep.

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Nursing student stress, role-modeling self-care

American Nurse

Nurse educators can role-model self-care behaviors to promote students’ personal health and wellness. Nursing students need to make time for their own self-care, and they need to know that it’s okay to make time for their personal health and wellness. Go, “Nurse Linck,” my coach cheered during track practices.

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Self-Care for Nurses Starts With Leaders’ Support

Nurse.com

It’s no secret that self-care is an important part of maintaining overall health. Nurses are trained to provide compassionate care for patients, yet we’re not trained in the compassion of caring for ourselves,” says Pam Ressler, MS, RN, HNB-BC, founder of StressResources.com in Concord, Mass. Pam Ressler, RN.

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Self-Care Tips for Traveling Nurses

The Gypsy Nurse

As a traveling healthcare professional, self-care can be as important as your commitment to caring for others. If you’re a travel nurse, here are some valuable self-care tips to help you thrive during your assignments. Self-Care Tips: 1. What do you do for self-care? Comment them below.