“Working in advocacy is a way to deal with burnout,” said Dr. Jessica Beard, a trauma surgeon at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia

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As many as one in four nurses experience PTSD at some point in their careers

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For most of his career, Dr. Stephen Trzeciak was not a big believer in the “touchy-feely” side of medicine. As a specialist in intensive care and chief of medicine at Cooper University Health Care in Camden, N.J., Trzeciak felt most at home in the hard sciences

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Mary Politi writes, “Weeks after my father passed away from cancer in 2010, my newly widowed mother received a bill for US $11,000.”

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Gun violence has become a part of everyday life in America and of the work lives of doctors, nurses and first responders, too

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Even when she was gone, she was present in the patient sitting before me and in the way I was newly able to comfort and reassure her

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Moral Resilience

October 12, 2018

How to nagivate ethical complexity in clinical practice. In this video series, Our Cynda Rushton provides the guiding principles of moral resilience, and explores how they can be put into practice

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Critical care nurses’ inner turmoil over others’ treatment decision can lead to higher turnover. Featuring comments from our Cynda Rushton

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