COVID-19 Resource: Replenish at work: Micro-restorative practices to promote well-being
Other Title(s)Sigma Education: COVID-19. Webinar 13
Author DetailsCathy Alvarez, MA, RN, CNML, HNB-BC; Pam Mulligan BSN, RN, NBC-HWC
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Identify how an integrative approach to well-being improves awareness of self-care and self-care practices for nurses. Components of mindful awareness, emotional intelligence, and self-compassion will be discussed, followed by experiential Micro-Restorative practices which can be incorporated into the workday to relieve stress and promote caregiver well-being.
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Repository Posting Date2020-06-11T18:49:04Z
NotesSigma Theta Tau International is an accredited provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurse Credentialing Center Commission on Accreditation.
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