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Self-Care for Nurses During COVID-19

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This initiative in partnership with the NC Psychological Foundation provides mental health and resilience support for health care professionals, emergency medical specialists, first responders, other staff who work in health care settings and their families.

Webinar: Identifying & Strengthening Resilience Skills in Nurses

CLICK HERE FOR HANDOUT MATERIALS
CLICK HERE FOR PRESENTATION SLIDES 

Daniel Siegel’s Hand Model Video 1
Daniel Siegel’s Hand Model Video 2

Presented by:

Tammy Blackard Cook, LCSW
Originally livestreamed on Tuesday, April 14, 2020


 

NCNA Board Member Holly Wei discussing the importance of self-care on the Fracene Marie Show.


Tips for Nurse Leaders to Combat Burnout
"Leading during a crisis requires strength, perseverance and calm. The COVID-19 pandemic created a demand on healthcare professionals that led to nurse burnout, feelings of conflict, guilt and overwhelming stress and anxiety." From nurse.com.


Six Self-Care Strategies
Check out some key methods that nurses use to prevent burnout, based on a face-to-face study recently published in Critical Care Nurse. From DailyNurse


Tips on Managing Sleep
Three nurses discuss how they manage their sleep schedules when working 12-hour shifts. From Becker's Hospital Review.


ANA Warns of Spike in PTSD for Nurses
Liz Stokes, Director of the American Nurses Association Center for Ethics and Human Rights, on MSNBC talking about COVID-19's impact on the nursing profession.