The Mindful Nurse: Using the Power of Mindfulness and Compassion to Help You Thrive in Your Work

The Mindful Nurse Using the Power of Mindfulness and Compassion to Help You Thrive in Your Work Nurses work in the foxhole of the healthcare battlefield Their work is emotionally grueling and physically draining This easy to follow book offers a new skill set to cope with the challenges of nursi

  • Title: The Mindful Nurse: Using the Power of Mindfulness and Compassion to Help You Thrive in Your Work
  • Author: Carmel Sheridan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Nurses work in the foxhole of the healthcare battlefield Their work is emotionally grueling and physically draining This easy to follow book offers a new skill set to cope with the challenges of nursing and sustain compassion in the long term Backed by scientific evidence, the book teaches mindfulness and compassion practices to lessen stress, enhance relationships, impNurses work in the foxhole of the healthcare battlefield Their work is emotionally grueling and physically draining This easy to follow book offers a new skill set to cope with the challenges of nursing and sustain compassion in the long term Backed by scientific evidence, the book teaches mindfulness and compassion practices to lessen stress, enhance relationships, improve patient care, and reduce patient risk With a new understanding of everyday mindfulness and compassion, nurses can overcome the myriad contemporary challenges inherent in the workplace and in their own lives This book will show you how to Nurture others without depleting yourself Overcome compassion fatigue and burnout Decrease frustration and job overwhelm Reduce mistakes through managing attention Respond rather than react to crises Revive your love for your profession

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    1. "Medical Errors Are The Third Leading Cause of Death in the U.S" (According to the usnews/). If this book was mandatory reading for all members of the Medical Profession I would guarantee the rate of medical errors would be considerably less in the U.S in the years ahead. Brilliantly written by Carmel Sheridan with emphasis on Nurses who work under tremendous pressure, causing insurmountable difficulties in their workplace and home environment. When in a highly responsible position such as the n [...]

    2. Every nurse and nursing student should read this book! I wish I was able to read this earlier. It's finally great to see that mindfulness is now being incorporated into nursing practice.

    3. Having friends who are nurses and hearing about their daily work stresses and responsibilities, I was trying to think how to help them with their own self-care which in turn will enable them to care even better for their patients. I just happened upon this book while I was visiting a friend in Ireland and after read bits and pieces decided I had to buy the book and gift them with a copy.Although specifically written with the nurse in mind and addressing their specific needs, it also spoke to me [...]

    4. Nursing is a challenging occupation yet a fulfilling one. We encounter a lot of difficulties whenever we attend to our patients needs, while carrying out doctors order and doing administrative work.Reading this book reminded me of the funny, stressful and noteworthy experiences I had when I was still working as a clinical instructor. Coping with the difficulties I've been through is not as easy if I had read this book early on. Those who will be able to read this book are so lucky for they will [...]

    5. This is worthwhile book for anyone in the caring professions. It is jam packed with solid, sensible advice and everyday examples of situations that nursing professionals find themselves facing, and how / their jobs lead to extreme stress and burnout. Although not a nurse myself, I have a very good friend who is and I know from listening to her tales of woe that this book rings very true. I think that this book should be standard reading for all Nurses it's excellent. Maria McMahon Author, Law of [...]

    6. Easy to read and to the point. Helps with the balance of emotional and physical work. Helped me a lot. Highly recommended.

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