Burnout in nursing: compassion fatigue affects managers too
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Burnout in nursing: compassion fatigue affects managers too

Erin Dean Health writer

How trying to ease constant pressures on healthcare teams, especially since the pandemic began, has affected nurse managers, plus how to spot the signs and seek support

When Aly Foyle was working as a sister on an outpatient cancer unit, uncharacteristic changes started to creep into her working practice. She started shutting her door when she was in her office, did not engage as much with her team or patients, felt more tired and was more impatient when dealing with what would previously have been relatively small issues.

Nursing Management. 29, 4, 6-8. doi: 10.7748/nm.29.4.6.s2

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