“In recent decades, there has been a steady increase in the provision of early intervention services for young adults at risk of or in the early stages of psychosis.
“The management of emotions can be considered a crucial component of health care work. Health care professionals are expected to control their emotions and to adequate express them during the interactions with patients, families and colleagues.
Are you a Workaholic or do you know some of your peers who are? The enclosed research article is of interest.The study examined the longitudinal profiles of “burnout, engagement and workaholism among highly educated employees.
‘There’s a direct relationship between nursing team satisfaction and intent to stay, and the nurse manager’s leadership style and perceived abilities.
Providing clarity regarding your role goes a long way in not only how you’re perceived by others, but also for building your confidence and credibility. Regardless of how long you have been in your current role, the enclosed article from Nursing Management is definitely worth a read.
Nurses work in a profession that is known for high burnout rates. “The detrimental effects of burnout on nurses’ health and wellbeing are well documented and positive leadership has been shown to be an important organizational resource for discouraging the development of burnout.
If you are a Nurse Manager the enclosed article is worth reading. As a Nurse Manager you have to ‘manage complexity,uncertainty, and increased transparency while ensuring that patients and families receive the care they need in ways that address their concerns.’
Treatment resistance is one of the most important clinical challenges in the pharmacological management of schizophrenia. The enclosed article from the Journal of Evidence Based Mental Health identifies that ‘ approximately 20–30% of all patients with schizophrenia do not respond adequately to an initial antipsychotic trial.’
The British Medical Journal of Quality and Safety has published an interesting article on the Plan Do Study Act (PDSA) cycle and in particular the testing of changes to improve quality of systems.
The enclosed article is from the American Medical Association and discusses the concept of recovery in Schizophrenia.