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Nursing is a tough job. If you are looking for a way to relieve stress and relax, here are 5 must-read books for nurses you need to check out. Containing heartwarming stories, the Chicken Soup for the Soul: Inspiration for Nurses can help remind you of your purpose. Its editor and co-author, LeAnn Thieman, has been a nurse for 36 years. Her familiarity with the profession gives her a first-hand feel of what nurses have to go through every day- burnout, stress and even compassion fatigue. The book is packed with experiences and emotions you might have experienced at some point in your career.
Not all of them are healthcare-focused, but each is a testament to the difficult-yet-fulfilling career that is nursing. Technology and the digitization of healthcare has been both helpful and harmful to those in medicine. More and more people are complaining of disparate, inaccurate records and inattentive healthcare professionals, leading to growing distrust between patient and provider. Author Dr. Nursing Leadership from the Outside In. By collecting insights from leaders in other disciplines ranging from philanthropy to academia to healthcare to government , editors Greer Glazer and Joyce J. Fitzpatrick have created an anthology of valuable outsider perspectives on nursing leadership.
This website contains affiliate links, which earn us a commission and helps support the site. When it comes to the field of nursing most people nursing students included focus on the technical and mechanical aspects of being a nurse, but few truly understand the mental, emotional and often complex lives of being a nurse. This collection of stories and personal memoirs sheds light into the more personal parts of nursing and gives its readers a deeper understanding of what nurses go through day-to-day, the emotional ups and downs associated with nursing and the challenges they face in their career and personal life. Becoming Nursey is a book about working as a nurse through the eyes of Kati Kleber who is an experienced RN who has had her fair share of ups and downs in the nursing world. Kati does an excellent job of sharing her personal experience and stories of working as a bedside nurse and provides practical advice to nursing students and those just entering the nursing field.
Nurses are the professionals who experience stress and workload for a longer period on a regular basis. This results into emotional enervation and burnout. Even effective measures adopted to get relief seem baseless in such a condition, and at the end, you are left with no clue about how to get rid of the exhaustion. To overcome this physical, mental or emotional breakdown, you can indulge yourself into reading. You may be unaware of the fact that reading has been proved as one of the best ways to deduct the stress levels and it also helps you work better and faster. There are some books available in the market which have their own unique benefits as per the perspective of nurses. Thus, we have made a list of the books that ever nurse must read.