Can resilience be taught in a classroom?
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Can resilience be taught in a classroom?

Emma Cowen Staff nurse, Children’s emergency department at the Royal Alexandra Hospital, Brighton

The ability to talk to colleagues makes the emotional labour of nursing more manageable

At university, I had lectures and essays to write on resilience. The subject featured so prominently in the curriculum that the old adage ‘familiarity breeds contempt’ began to ring true.

Nursing Children and Young People. 29, 7, 13-13. doi: 10.7748/ncyp.29.7.13.s17

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