Caring for the Caregiver: 8 Truths to Prolong Your Career

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2006 - Medical - 145 pages
Caring For The Caregiver Is A Culmination Of Stories From Nurses About Their Emotional Struggles In Today’S Healthcare Environment. These Stories Provide An Understanding Of How Nurses Have Reacted And Coped With Workplace Dynamics, Both In Their Personal And Professional Lives. The Book Then Goes On To Highlight Strategies For Nurses To Manage These Stressors, And Provides A Road Map For Emotional Success.
 

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Contents

Understanding Your Reality
1
Determining Who You Are
11
Achieving Success with Every Conversation
37
Successfully Caring for Difficult People
59
Managing Difficult Coworkers and Supervisors
75
Avoiding Burnout in Your Job
87
Creating Great Teams and Great Managers
105
Creating Your Experience
127
Where Do We Go From Here?
137
References
143
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