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Helping Health Care Workers Avoid Burnout

Original post on: Harvard Business Review https://hbr.org By: Deirdre E. Mylod and Thomas H. Lee, MD To make progress against knotty problems, break them down — dissect the causes and analyze their impact on different groups. That analysis inevitably leads away from dubious “magic bullet” solutions and toward multiple, targeted interventions that are more likely to be…
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27 ways to positively affect healthcare

Original post at: Becker’s Hospital Review  https://www.beckershospitalreview.com Written by Kelly Gooch Amid industry changes and an uncertain political climate, people seek to make positive changes in healthcare. However, they may not always know how to do so. Fortunately, there are many ways to make a difference. Becker’s tapped 13 industry leaders for 27 ideas on how hospital…
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Healthcare: Avoid Burnout

Original Post: http://nursing.advanceweb.com By:  Krystina Ostermeyer RN, BSN, CDE I remember learning about lots of things in nursing school. Care plans. Nursing assessment. Prioritization. Pharmacology. ADLs. Even the proper way to make a bed (military corners, anyone?) Probably the most important lesson that I didn’t heed was preventing nurse burnout. After all, I went into nursing…
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This Morning Routine Will Save You 20+ Hours a Week

Full Article @ https://www.inc.com By: Benjamin P. Hardy The traditional 9-5 workday is poorly structured for high productivity. Protect Your Mornings I understand that this schedule will not work for everyone. There are single-parents with kids who simply can’t do something like this. We all need to work within the constraints of our unique contexts. However, if…
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Study on Infection Prevention Programs Find Urgent Need for Increased Staffing

Original Post on: http://www.contagionlive.com By: Saskia v. Popescu How many infection preventionists should hospitals employ? Hospitals spend a lot of time looking at nursing ratios for patients and ensuring enough staff are on the units, but what about the infection prevention program? There have been only a handful of studies to truly address the staffing of…
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Managers, don’t make these mistakes when you onboard your new hire

Original Post on: https://www.fastcompany.com By: Meghan E. Butler —THE MUSE Making a new team member feel welcome can go a long way. Baptism by fire. Sink or swim. To the wolves! Call it what you want, but–generally speaking–this isn’t the most effective method to train a new employee. Really. For one thing, it does little to…
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How to trick your brain into not getting bored

Original Post on: https://www.fastcompany.com  By: Stephanie VozzaTEPHANIE VOZZA Disengagement isn’t a motivation problem–it’s biological. Our brains are built to get excited about new things. Here are three ways you can trigger your brain to release dopamine even when you’re doing something boring. You may have loved your job when you started, but it’s not unusual to get…
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14 Energy-Draining Everyday Habits To Avoid

Original Post on: https://www.forbes.com By: Frances Bridges Habits are the foundation of who we are as a person and as a professional. We are the product of our everyday habits, and we choose every day whether we want to improve ourselves, maintain excellence or contribute to our own discontent. But first we must be aware of bad…
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1 Small Mistake Will Get Your Resume Rejected Immediately,

Original Post on: https://www.inc.com By: Darren Marble According to Google’s Former Head of HR. That resume you’ve been busy polishing all week? You should probably proof it one more time. You can’t get a job offer without first getting an interview, so your initial focus as a candidate is simple: position yourself to pass the first…
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11 Essential HR Metrics That Every Organization Should Know

Original Post on: https://www.inc.com By: Michael Schneider These metrics are key indicators of how well you’re managing your human capital. Although human resource departments don’t generate revenue, HR does manage your organization’s best competitive advantage — its people. It also can track key metrics that provide vital insights to help you make better human capital decisions and process improvements to realize their full potential. Here are…
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