Nurse burnout sucks. I’ve totally been there.
So, it may seem odd at first to hear that I also LOVE talking about nurse burnout. In fact, I think every nurse experiences burnout at some point in their career (if you haven’t, please email me back and let me know your secret!).
Here’s the kicker. Once you admit you have an issue with nursing burnout, you open yourself to the idea of potential solutions. But if you just pull your hoodie over your eyes and continue to suffer in silence, then nothing ever changes. And your burnout gets even worse.
So, let’s talk about solutions for nurse burnout!
Last week I had an amazing opportunity to interview with nurse coach and fellow ER nurse Jessica Smith about bouncing back from burnout!
Our Bouncing Back From Burnout YouTube interview can be found here:
During the interview, we discussed the following:
- How you can find a work-life balance with a busy nursing schedule;
- Why nurses need to make their own health a #1 priority;
- How getting to the “why” in your burnout can help you find patterns that contribute to your burnout;
- And why you should always surround yourself with positive support!
I’d love for you to listen in – and even better – leave a comment or share it with your fellow nurse friends!
Again, the link to listen in can be found here!
I can’t wait for you to check it out!
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