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During this critical nursing shortage, the profession cannot afford to lose RNs to stress-related illnesses and burnout. Thomas' award-winning series guides nurses to optimize their efficiency and relationships in the workplace, and to solve work-related problems.
This updated new edition contains greater appeal to younger staff nurses, new research data, new vignettes from a variety of practice perspectives, current issues in practice, and vertical career movement for staff nurses, managers, administrators, educators. Other Key Features:
• Explores the causes, manifestations, and consequences of nurses' stress, anger, and burnout
• Presents strategies for becoming re-energized, resilient, and powerful advocates for our patients and for ourselves
• Helps to resolve individual and group barriers to greater job satfistaction and productivity
Chapter 1. Telling Our Stories: What Are Nurses Stressed and Angry About?
Chapter 2. Exposing the Consequences of Mismanaged Anger
Chapter 3. Differentiating Between Rational and Irrational Anger
Chapter 4. Modifying Nonproductive Anger Styles
Chapter 5. Improving Interactions with Colleagues
Chapter 6. Forging Alliances with Patients
Chapter 7. Examining What We Learned About Anger While Growing Up
Chapter 8. Overcoming the Legacy of a Painful or Abusive Past
Chapter 9. Managing Stress and Caring for the Self
Chapter 10. Taking a New Stance Toward the Concept of Power
Chapter 11. Solving Problems and Developing Leadership Skills
Chapter 12. Dreaming the Future of Nursing
Posted April 8, 2010
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