The nurse is not for burning

Beech, Patricia
January 2007
Nursing Standard;1/24/2007, Vol. 21 Issue 20, p62
Academic Journal
The author offers some tips for nurses in avoiding burnout and undue stress. It is adviced that nurses must try to be selective and discerning in preserving their own health. Learn to set appropriate boundaries with neighbors who run for help. Also involve family and friends in setting these boundaries. Protect relationship with colleagues but maintain friends outside the profession. Look after for one's physical and mental health.


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