Nurse Burnout Is Another Epidemic

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We need to take nurses seriously, before no one wants to take care of us. Nurses, mostly female, are normal human beings. We’re not superhuman, and we’re not robots. We are vulnerable. We feel things. We experience trauma. Sometimes, we need help to deal with it — but we almost never get it. Even if employee assistance programs offer to cover mental…

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Wendy Cohan

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Exploring personal growth, relationships, and writing as craft. Seeking representation. https://twitter.com/CohanWriter https://www.facebook.com/WendyCohanWrite

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