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Mental Health Support for Medical Workers during Covid-19

Health care workers are in a very difficult position being on the front lines of Covid-19 and their mental health should not be overlooked. Workers are likely to experience fear, anxiety and even anger as they work to help people. They are in a battle caring for patients while dealing with concerns about their own …

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9 Ways That Nursing Has Changed Over the Years

  Like almost every profession on the planet, nursing has changed significantly in the past few years. To celebrate Certified Nurses Day (March 19, 2020), we wanted to highlight some of these major changes. Here are nine different ways that nursing has changed over the years: Changing Locations — Twenty years ago, most nurses worked …

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Interesting Facts About Famous Nurses

We all know Thomas Edison, Davy Crockett, George Washington, Mark Twain and Henry Ford. Each of these Americans have contributed to our history and our society. We learn about them in school and we carry that information with us throughout our lives. Nursing has its own history, one of which you probably didn’t study in …

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Self-Care During the Holidays

For many Americans, the holidays are a time to let yourself go and not worry about things until January 1st and the inevitable New Year’s Resolution. But for caregivers, this isn’t always an option. Self-care is important to include in your daily plan, especially if your job is taking care of others. If you’re sick, …

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Self-Gratitude and Grace for Caregivers

Gratitude is linked to feelings of thankfulness and kindness which is returned for a similar act of kindness. Many people feel that gratitude is something you can only display for others, but that isn’t true. Self-gratitude is important and in fact it has been linked to a reduction in stress as well as alleviating feelings …

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