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A critical Pathway to Excellence® standard

Initiatives promote nurses’ well-being during the pandemic.  Ensuring nurses’ well-being isn’t just a concept for healthcare systems and organizations that have—or want to gain—the Pathway to Excellence® designation.…

Coming back to wellness

By Julie Cullen, Managing Editor, American Nurse Today Our ongoing series on nurse wellness has coincided with my own journey of wellness. For a year I’ve been meditating…

Deliberate leadership during COVID-19

Three strategies nurse leaders can use Fear, resilience, unprecedented, unknown. These are just a few words now circling our vocabulary with the onset of COVID-19. In a short…
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Intellectual wellbeing

Learn how to keep your mind nimble for lifelong health benefits. Takeaways: Intellectual well-being—keeping your mind flexible, informed, and engaged—is as important as physical health. More than just…
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Journaling: A valuable tool for registered nurses

Write about your life and experiences to better understand them and yourself. Takeaways: Journaling is a valuable resource that nurses can use to support their health and wellness.…

Self-Care Tips for Nurses From Nurses

In order for nurses to stay healthy, they need to attend to their own needs with as much care as they offer their patients. However, that can be challenging. Here are some examples of self-care…
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Wellness 101: 9 dimensions of wellness

Your health and well-being isn’t just about nutrition and exercise. Takeaways: Take action to safeguard your health and wellness. Your health and well-being isn’t just about nutrition and…

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