Jan 27, 2022, 18:55 PM
Leawood, Kan. (Jan. 27, 2022)
— Nurse educators are burning out as they reach the mid-level point of their careers.
Melinda Bentjen, EDD, MSN, RN-BC, an honored professor at Bryan College of Health Sciences (Lincoln, Neb.), decided to explore why burnout is happening at this level of an educator's career. Dr. Bentjen details how implementing a self-care plan that incorporates exercise helped 1 nurse take back her passion from the threats of burnout.
Get the details of her fascinating study here
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