Self-compassion among nurses can improve workplace culture
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Self-compassion among nurses can improve workplace culture

Barry Quinn Consultant editor, Nursing Management

A common bond or a feeling of being continually isolated and alone, self-kindness and positive self-regard or regular self-criticism, mindfulness and kindness or negative rumination – which of these predominantly guides our approach to ourselves, our leadership and our nursing practice?

Nursing Management. 29, 3, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/nm.29.3.5.s1

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