applies not only when caring for patients but also when caring for yourself. Helpful with identifying causes of stress, the impact of stress on your life and how to manage your stress.
-- richard r., clinical informatics analyst
I found this course to be very direct on the topic of stress and how the nurse can learn to identify the signs and symptoms in their patient's, family members and in themself.
-- Kari D., Clinical & Informatics Educator
FOSTER CITY, CA
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