In the current environment of a global pandemic and national social unrest, resilience is needed to face the challenges of daily life.
In this Gold Human InSight Webinar fireside chat, Dr. Cynda Hylton Rushton of Johns Hopkins University and Dr. Cynthia Sweeney of The DAISY Foundation examine the issues nurses face on the front line of care, as witnesses to a dynamic and often chaotic environment for practice. They explore how various dimensions of resilience can be resources to meet the challenges of their everyday practice and how meaningful recognition of extraordinary compassionate care delivered in this environment fuels and leverages resilience. They discuss the preparedness of the nursing profession and what needs to be done to foster resiliency in our future nurses. These and other points are examined to provide a way forward for individuals, for the nursing profession, and for healthcare organizations that rely on them to “show up” in a caring environment.
This video first aired live on Tuesday, March 2, 2021.
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