ATI EDUCATOR JOY WELLER EXPLAINS HOW TO HELP GEN Z AVOID EARLY ONSET BURNOUT
Leawood, Kan. (Sept. 23, 2021) — The pandemic has highlighted just how important it is for young nurses to have strong coping skills for a challenging future. That need has been highlighted during the grueling days of the pandemic. To aid educators in supporting their students in this area, Joy Weller, MSN ED, RN, provides strategies to help students succeed and avoid burnout.
Read the 6 steps faculty can take to support their Gen Z students during this time.
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