Understanding the science behind self-care and post-traumatic growth
- Wei, Holly
Holly Wei, PhD, RN, CPN, NEA-BC, Associate Professor, East Carolina University College of Nursing. She is a national and international speaker on leadership development and clinician well-being. She’s talked on TV and Radio shows to promote nurses’ health and published 40 peer-reviewed articles since 2016, including four nursing practice models. Dr. Wei is a North Carolina Nurses Association Board of Directors and editorial board member of Advances in Nursing Science and International Journal for Human Caring.
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- East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA
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This webinar explains the concepts of post-traumatic growth, resilience, an ENERGY Self-Care Model, and the science behind the self-care strategies. After completing this webinar, audience will understand the concepts of post-traumatic growth and resilience and apply the strategies in daily lives.
- Understand the concepts of post-traumatic growth and and resilience.
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Repository Posting Date2021-02-03T19:03:52Z
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