A Consensus Study from the National Academy of Medicine – committee members include our Cynda Rushton

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Citing moral distress as a major factor, Professor Cynda Rushton, Ph.D., RN, FAAN, of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and Berman Institute of Bioethics, developed a mindfulness program that helps professionals identify and cope with ethical dilemmas. The idea is to help frontline staff address those issues while staying in the field

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In this video, our Dr. Cynda Rushton discusses her work on the topic of moral resilience, the six themes involved in moral resilience, and how it is crucial in addressing moral distress. Watch now:

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Mindful Ethical Practice and Resilience Academy at Johns Hopkins helps nurses speak up, address moral dilemmas and move on in a healthy manner – with comment from our Cynda Rushton

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Let’s face it; nursing can be a stressful profession. The life-and-death decisions, the hours, the families, the workloads—they all contribute to nursing stress

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The High Cost of Caring

November 20, 2017

Even in professions known for acute emotional stress, workers aren’t always taught the skills needed to cope, says Cynda Rushton, a professor of clinical ethics and nursing and pediatrics at Johns Hopkins University

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A Call To Action Report

November 14, 2017

An ANA Panel has finalized the Call to Action: Exploring Moral Resilience Toward a Culture of Ethical Practice. Steering committee members include our Cynda Rushton, with additional contributions by our Heidi Holtz

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More than half of U.S. doctors experience at least one symptom of burnout. Our Cynda Rushton joins a panel of experts to discuss this challenge at the US News Healthcare of Tomorrow Conference

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