Our ‘New Normal’ Brings Challenges

“In times of stress, the best thing we can do for each other is to listen with our ears and our hearts and to be assured that our questions are just as important as our answers.” Fred Rogers The 20/21 school year may be well underway, but our ‘new normal’ often feels anything but normal.…

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Addressing Burnout in Healthcare

Addressing burnout in healthcare | Cure the Executive Edge | stressed out nurse

Burnout will strike every healthcare professional at some point in time since they are at an increased risk for stress syndrome. Healthcare workers must recognize and address the issue. If left unattended, it will continue to impact their health and patient care.  When evaluating the level of burnout with a healthcare professional, keep in mind…

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Building on Compassion for Hospice Care Teams

Building a Compassionate Hospice Care Team—elderly hands in younger womans hands holding a rounded heart

As advancements in healthcare continue, the metaphysical care provided by hospice nurses and staff becomes more and more important. Loved ones want to know that they are giving their family members the best possible care. A single encounter with a staff member can influence a family member’s perception of the quality of care. As an…

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