Promoting resilience: Mindful practice
Dennis Doherty, MSN, RN, NPD-BC and Michelle Schuster, MSN, RN, CPHON
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- Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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We are living and working in unprecedented times. All the world’s attention has turned towards our work as nurses. We are all facing stress, be it at work, home, or both. Please view the videos in the Promoting Resilience series to explore strategies to reduce stress and anxiety through mindfulness practice and self-reflection to promote connection, sharing of experiences, and building our resilience.
Promoting Resilience: Mindful Practice looks at how challenging times impact the individual, shares some of the science behind stress, and provides strategies nurses can use in practice and beyond.
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