Nurses look at ways to move closer toward a work-life balance
Ask people how they’re doing, and the standard response these days is more likely to be “busy” than “fine.” It is a phenomenon that Suzy Harrington, DNP, RN, MCHES, chief wellness officer at Oklahoma State University (OSU), has noted over time.
“In today’s world of shrinking resources, everyone is being asked to do more,” said Harrington, an Oklahoma Nurses Association and American Nurses Association (ANA) member. “New technology helps us in many ways, but it also drives us to be busier [and extends our workday].” (more…)
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