Nurses Have Stepped Up. Now It’s Time to Support Them
3-Point Strategy to Help Strengthen Nurses’ Resiliency
Around the world, we’re sorting through the lessons to be learned from the COVID-19 crisis. Now is the time to make plans for supporting healthcare team members who are trauma survivors and will experience PTSD for a while to come.
My 2020 CNO Perspective looks at the foundation cognitive science provides for devising a strategy to build nurses’ resiliency. It outlines a three-point strategy that includes:
- Lightening clinicians’ cognitive load by addressing the strategic delta between documentation and communication
- Relieving the burden of adapting to multiple preferences and systems by giving clinicians control over how they communicate
- Providing clinicians with clear, contextual, just-in-time information – using software to enhance workflow, not distract from it
This is a report about looking forward as we care for those who have cared so tirelessly for patients and families.
Rhonda Collins, DNP, RN, FAAN has served as the Chief Nursing Officer since January 2014. As CNO, Dr. Collins is responsible for working with nursing leadership groups globally to increase their understanding of Vocera solutions, share clinical best practices and to bring their specific requirements to Vocera's product and solutions teams.
HOW TO STRENGTHEN NURSE RESILIENCY
Speaker: Rhonda Collins, DNP, RN, FAAN, Chief Nursing Officer
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