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2201, 2022

Want Your Vision to Stay Sharp and Healthy? Check Out These 11 Preventative Eye Care Tips A Guest Post by Aaron Barriga

January 22, 2022|Categories: Overcoming Caregiver Fatigue|Tags: , , |

A pair of black reading glasses or spectacles on an Snell en eye chart Sharp and healthy vision is extremely precious. Ask those who are not blessed with it! But if you don’t care for what you have, it can go away. So this article is here with 11 essential [...]

1001, 2022

Is Meditation In the Workplace a Good Thing or Just Another Wellness Hack? A Guest Post by Vytautas Vaitkevicius

January 10, 2022|Categories: Building A Healthy Work Environment In Nursing|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Creating a Happy & Inspiring Workplace Culture depends on so many details. Still, there's always a small but meaningful action that you can take to improve it, especially for such stressful yet compassionate professions as a caregiver. Meditation is undoubtedly one of those actions! Is it the ultimate wellness hack? [...]

2212, 2021

A Conversation and Q&A with AORN CEO Linda Groah, president of AORN Holly Ervine, and AORN’s Professional Coach Dr. Phyllis Quinlan

December 22, 2021|Categories: Building A Healthy Work Environment In Nursing|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Nurses have been identified as "The Most Trusted Profession" in America for 17 plus years. Why are so many of America's most trusted nursing professionals so frustrated and angry and what can we, as leaders, do to reconnect to our passion for nursing? A conversation with real questions submitted by [...]

1912, 2021

Creating a Healthy Workplace: Understanding & Effectively Managing the Disruptive Behaviors of Bullying & Incivility

December 19, 2021|Categories: Building A Healthy Work Environment In Nursing|Tags: , , , , , , |

Create a Healthy workplace. Learn how to understand, correctly assess, and effectively manage the disruptive behaviors of bullying and Incivility in healthcare     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBkoY3GnBsI

210, 2021

Breaking Down the 7 Dimensions of Senior Health and Wellness A Guest Post by Gabrielle Baglino

October 2, 2021|Categories: Overcoming Caregiver Fatigue|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Breaking down and understanding the dimensions of senior health and wellness enables each of us to live our life to what we define as our fullest. While dreams might change as time passes, there are ways to maintain optimum health to pursue them as you grow older. Understanding this basic [...]

2606, 2021

Alcohol and Substance Abuse and Seniors: Here’s What Caregivers Need to Know A Guest Post Monika Heft

June 26, 2021|Categories: Overcoming Caregiver Fatigue|Tags: , , , , , , , |

  According to the National Council on Drug and Alcohol Dependence, there are approximately 2.4 million older adults in the U.S.A. who are suffering from the issues of drugs and alcohol. However, despite its frequency among seniors, substance abuse has been labeled as an invisible epidemic by the (SAMHSA)Substance Abuse [...]

806, 2021

5 Tips To Improve Diversity And Inclusion In The Workplace A Guest Post by Lauren Groff

June 8, 2021|Categories: Building A Healthy Work Environment In Nursing, Creating A Happy & Inspiring Workplace Culture|Tags: , , , , , , |

Headline Change, concept of Change Diversity and inclusion in the workplace are important issues that require direct address. A diverse workforce provides many benefits, including fresh perspectives and innovation. An inclusive environment enhances employee productivity and leads to a happier, more dedicated workforce. Here are 5 actionable steps [...]

2705, 2021

Meditation and Yoga: How They Can Help Seniors and Their Caregivers A Guest Post by Beverly Nelson

May 27, 2021|Categories: Overcoming Caregiver Fatigue|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Photo by JD Mason on Unsplash When a senior is no longer able to perform daily tasks safely on their own, a caregiver is the person who steps in and takes care of those responsibilities. Caregivers can be formal (paid) or informal (unpaid). Informal caregivers are typically family members caring [...]

2305, 2021

Knowledge or Nonsense: Workplace Bullying and Creating A Healthy Work Environment with Phyllis Quinlan, PhD , RN, Executive Coach

May 23, 2021|Categories: Building A Healthy Work Environment In Nursing|Tags: , , , , , , |

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edI6WpL2SMA&t=194s&ab_channel=ForeverConsciousForeverConscious   CLICK HERE to purchase your copy of Phyllis’ book, A Delicate Balance CLICK HERE to purchase your copy of Phyllis’ book, Rediscover the Joy of Being a Nurse CLICK HERE to go to Phyllis’ YouTube Channel CLICK HERE to go to Phyllis’ Website Get Your Dose of Resilience by Following Phyllis on https://www.instagram.com/phyllisquinlanofficial/ CLICK [...]

2105, 2021

Setting Goals & Taking Action: How Much Money Will You Need for Retirement? A Guest Post by Gregory Rozdeba

May 21, 2021|Categories: Overcoming Caregiver Fatigue, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , |

2018 goals - handwriting in black ink on a sticky note with a Christmas tree New Year resolutions concept. Retirement planning can be tricky. With average life expectancy increasing, it’s hard to predict how many years of retirement you’ll have, let alone how much money you’ll need. None [...]

1205, 2021

Nurses, Sleep and Patient Safety: How To Balance Work With Healthy Sleep Habits A Guest Post by Elizabeth Hines

May 12, 2021|Categories: Overcoming Caregiver Fatigue|Tags: , , , , , , |

Nurses tend to work around the clock to ensure the safety and care of their patients. In fact, according to Nurse Theory, many nurse work the following shift intervals: 8-hour 10-hour 12-hour, OR 16-hour Even with long hours, many nurses can grow tired at some point. Thus, sleep deprivation starts [...]

2404, 2021

Multiple Barriers: The Challenges Faced When Integrating Family Caregivers Into Health Care Teams, And How These Can Be Overcome A Guest Post by George J. Newton

April 24, 2021|Categories: Overcoming Caregiver Fatigue|Tags: , , , , , , |

Family members have historically been the primary caregivers to older and vulnerable relatives, and traditionally close-knit families have relied on local relatives for care. Even as the private care industry booms, there are still over 50 million family caregivers operating in America alone. Family caregivers are often close at hand [...]

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