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Stop Nurse Burnout: What to Do When Working Harder Isn't Working Paperback – June 15, 2016
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About the Author
Elizabeth Scala, MSN/MBA, RN is a Johns Hopkins-trained Registered Nurse, conference host, speaker, and consultant on burnout prevention for nurses in all specialties. She is the CEO of ElizabethScala.com and co-founder of StopNurseBurnout.com—an online source of tools and information so YOU can be a successful nurse and have a fulfilling and well-rounded life. Her online community of over 15,000 nurses has allowed her to teach the lessons in this book in the real world of professional nurses and their rapidly changing healthcare environment.
Elizabeth’s articles are frequently posted on NurseTogether.com, ScrubsMag.com, and RNFMRadio.com. She has consulted with or been a featured speaker for the South Dakota Nurses Association, the American Holistic Nurses Association, the National Nurse’s Health Institute, and many more. Elizabeth’s annual conference “The Art of Nursing” has been celebrated during National Nurse’s Week at over a dozen hospitals across the country.
Dike Drummond, MD, is the CEO of TheHappyMD.com and author of "Stop Physician Burnout".
Top customer reviews
- You feel like there's something horribly wrong with your current nursing role, but you don't know how to fix what you're feeling
- You are a young, positive, all-star nurse, and you can feel the negativity and apathy starting to creep into your soul like the dark side of the force.
- You are willing to put in the work necessary to live a happy, healthy, balanced life.
Who should NOT buy the book:
- People looking for a magic bullet. The tools in the book WILL work, but they take time, and they take dedication
- People who are already experts in productivity, mindfulness meditation, and psychology
- People that are expecting a resource for the job hunt (Elizabeth has other resources that are better suited for that topic)
I have spent an absurd amount of time researching happiness, which has led me to reading about productivity, meditation, nutrition, and fitness. Everything in this book are commonly discussed as best practice in each one of those fields, but they're all distilled into one neat little package, and are written in a way that speaks to nurses.
So if you are just starting out in your journey toward self-discovery in nursing, this book will help you shortcut months and months of research and dozens of books and podcasts.
Daniel Diaz RN, BSN
Host of the Project Nurse Podcast