Category list : Workplace stress
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Nurses do not want to compromise the flexibility afforded to them by working 12-hour shifts despite burnout becoming a “growing concern”, a US researcher has warned.
More than half of newly qualified nurses are picked on in the workplace by their superiors, researchers have found.
A research team in a Welsh university health board has explored whether brief training helps ward managers deal with conflict. This article comes with a handout for a journal club discussion
This article explores why conflict may arise in the workplace and how to deal with it. It comes with a handout for a journal club discussion
Imposter syndrome is commonly experienced by nurses at different stages of their professional development. Open discussion of self-confidence issues may help combat it
Nurses in the US are struggling with burnout and many are considering quitting the profession, according to a survey that reveals startlingly similarities to the situation in the UK.
A community trust in West London has been praised for making improvements but told to review the “unmanageable” caseloads of its nurses who have complained of feeling stressed and overworked.
Prospective student nurses should be warned about the challenges and demands of the job before choosing to pursue the career, according to a new report by Health Education England.
The stress of nursing the terminally ill is one of the themes of a new play about two teenagers who meet in a hospice.
Claire Kent reflects on how difficult it is to prioritise tasks and give enough attention to staff wellbeing in an extremely busy leadership role