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5 ways to improve well-being among Nurses

The exhaustion of nurses (frustration and fatigue due to stress at work) has a direct impact on the patient. Research shows that patients report lower levels of satisfaction in medical facilities where nurses are not satisfied with working conditions. Nowadays, more and more institutions are trying to improve the welfare of health workers. Here are […]

The exhaustion of nurses (frustration and fatigue due to stress at work) has a direct impact on the patient. Research shows that patients report lower levels of satisfaction in medical facilities where nurses are not satisfied with working conditions. Nowadays, more and more institutions are trying to improve the welfare of health workers. Here are seven ways to achieve this.

  1. Encourage your employees to eat healthy
    Long working hours often lead to bad eating habits. Avoid employees eating sugary snacks while working, providing them with healthy foods that can improve their well-being. The American Nurses Association recommends that nurses restrict their caffeine intake, limit snacks in vending machines and see regular meal plans.
  2. Encourage your employees to exercise regularly
    Many studies suggest a relationship between exercise and stress, and encourage your employees to work more often, which can reduce the effects of exhaustion. Exercise increases endorphins (feels good as a body neurotransmitter), improves mood and improves the quality of sleep. One study found that institutions that provide access to regular training programs, perhaps in a gym, have the potential to keep sisters from burning.
  3. Promote self-awareness and emotional intelligence. Self-sufficiency and emotional intelligence are two management strategies that nurses often use in stressful work situations. Research shows that nurses have a strategy “focused on positive emotions” that reflects problems and tensions, and that nurses who do not have them can face exhaustion. You can promote better confidence and emotional intelligence through a variety of training programs.
  4. Practice meditation with your employees reduces stress and can make employees more satisfied. One of the benefits of meditation for nurses is attention: a reflective and relaxed state of mind. In 2015, medical students attended McGill University in Montreal in a deliberate mandatory medical practice program that was previously only available as an optional module.
  5. Organize social activities at work. As A balance between work and life is important in all subject areas. Social activities promote better interaction between health workers and better well-being. It can be difficult to organize a social event for all your employees, especially if the nurses work at night, but it has several benefits. Some group business ideas include theme days, rewards in the workplace, daily entertainment programs like Gifts for Nurses and other medical professionals, weekly competitions and fundraisers.

By monitoring the well-being of nursing, institutions can quickly identify job satisfaction and mental health problems.

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