Without adequate financial planning, helplessness in the face of work stress is even more common, which is why Nick wrote about this issue at nurseeyeroll.com. He also defined complementary alternative medicine and bullying on the same site.
Read our peer-reviewed research article “Digging Deeper: Strategies to Reduce Bullying” here.
One of our latest publications about bullying is “Tools for Targets”, a handy guide for St. Mary’s Anesthesia School Newsletter about what to do if you or a coworker is a bullying target. It’s included in the paper above, and we also provide virtual wellness sessions for St. Mary’s students.
We were recently featured again by Rasmussen College.
Of course, getting to the interview stage requires an excellent resume to escape a toxic work environment (or a nosy one as we explained to Cheat Sheet) and/or avoid working at one: http://www.monster.com/healthcare/a/keywords-nurse-resumes
Shannon recently appeared on the Dropping Bombs on Bullying podcast.
Nick is the host of the Ascend Health Show, interviewing local health and wellness experts on a variety of topics.
In September, we participated in a virtual summit for anesthesia students accessible here.
Finally, we took our theories into practice by starting our own pain and mental health clinic in Ohio. It’s amazing how many candidates will apply for a job describing an “absurdly friendly environment.”
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