What we can all do to prevent burnout
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What we can all do to prevent burnout

Daniel Madigan Senior lecturer, Performance psychology at York St John University
Andrew Hill Acting pro vice-chancellor for research and group director, Motivation, performance and well-being research group at York St John University

As COVID-19 increases the pressures on nurses, we must look out for colleagues and ourselves

The COVID-19 pandemic is placing unprecedented demands on nurses and nursing students. As they try to cope with the situation, the increased stress puts them at high risk of burnout. This is especially the case for newly qualified nurses or students who may be less familiar with the demands of the job.

Nursing Standard. 35, 6, 31-32. doi: 10.7748/ns.35.6.31.s18

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