1. Practice Self-Care
If this is not the right time for you to enroll in a formal program, you can still learn something new. Take CE courses. Attend seminars. Read journals. Learn about another culture that’s represented among your patient population.
Expand your knowledge, and you can see it pay off in your sense of satisfaction and your ability to provide the highest level of care and service to others.
“Strive to learn more in order to give our patients the best quality of nursing we can give!!!” – Amy J.
With advanced education, you will gain additional tools to be a mentor and leader to help other nurses manage workplace stressors. You can assume leadership positions in policy and healthcare reform, or educate the nurses of tomorrow in a way that instills in them the importance of care across all facets of the profession, including self-care.
“Be the change!” – Debbie K.
4. Treat Your Patients Like Family
“Take care of every patient like they are someone you love very much.” – Nicole C.
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