As a healthcare professional, I’ve never been a fan of the idea of work-life balance. For me, it calls to mind images of wildly swinging scales as we attempt to weight each side perfectly.
Time to meet another member of our community! I hope you’re finding inspiration in seeing how other healthcare professionals navigate the challenges of our profession.
Healthcare professionals have reached their breaking point. Staff shortages, emotional stress, overwhelming workloads, and pandemic-related concerns about their own and loved ones’ health have taken a significant toll.
I love when I can introduce you to other members of our community! I find it incredibly helpful to discover how other healthcare professionals practice wellness. I hope you do too!
May is National Nurses Month! With week one dedicated to self-care, I can’t think of a more valuable skill to contribute to your well-being than resilience. I know, I know – “resilience” is a popular buzzword that gets tossed around like so much confetti at a parade.
Want to know how other healthcare professionals empower a positive mindset and energized spirit? Glad you asked! Community is so essential in our profession, so I’d like to introduce you to other healthcare professionals in a recurring feature I call Clinicians Thriving. Here, you’ll discover advice, strategies, and lessons learned from other healthcare professionals that can help you on your journey.
In my last blog post, “The True Cost Of Burnout And What You Can Do About It”, I talked about the implications of clinician burnout on patient safety, satisfaction, and your healthcare system’s bottom line.
I know you’ve barely had time to catch your breath after a tumultuous two years, but we need to talk about another crisis facing hospitals and health systems. One that healthcare leaders should know has far-reaching implications for patient safety, satisfaction, and your bottom line
I am thrilled to introduce TAP, a 12-week virtual wellness program created by and for healthcare professionals. Why now? Because now, more than ever, we need to take care of ourselves. The pandemic has accelerated a phenomenon that we in healthcare are all too familiar with – clinical burnout, emotional drain, and physical exhaustion.