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Nurse Life

We are nurses on and off the clock. It’s just a part of our identity. Between taking care of our patients and taking care of our own families and responsibilities, it can feel like there is no time to take care of ourselves. The only way to deal with this reality is to talk about it. And so this content comes from professionals who have dedicated themselves to helping nurses find balance, as well as nurses who have faced the challenges of being “always on” themselves. Together, we’re going to learn what it takes to leave a little more for number one. To finally catch that break.

Article

After a bout with burnout, this nurse discovered mindfulness, and made it his mission to share the practice with peers.

Seven Minutes to Mindfulness: A Q&A with Nurse John Shepard

5 min read
Article

As they navigate a pandemic, can nurses speak their minds without facing repercussions?

An Era When Nurses Need Advocates: A Q&A with Nurse Attorney Lorie Brown

4 min read
Podcast

After co-authoring the report “Post‐Traumatic Stress Disorder in Nurses”, Tricia and Michelle became-sought after experts in pandemic PTSD.

When Something Deeper Is Going On

S1 Episode 04
Podcast

Nikki Greenaway, a community-based NP in NOLA, talks about coming up in nursing and the age-old tension between veteran and new nurses.

Be the Change You Want to See, Part 1

S1 Episode 01
Article

Is work-life balance possible for nurses? Maybe that’s the wrong question to ask.

Getting Real About Nurse Life—In and Out of Scrubs

4 min read

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