Compassion fatigue in nurse educators: A concept analysis
Joan M. Owens, PhD, RNC; Jane Tiedt, PhD, RN; Monique De Nysschen, DNP, RN
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Nurse Educators are at risk of developing compassion fatigue. Research is minimal on compassion fatigue in this population. The multifaceted role creates potential for over-exposure to stressful events. The purpose of this analysis is to develop an understanding of the concept of compassion fatigue as it relates to nurse educators.
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