Nurses are always at risk of burnout. There has never been a MORE important time to teach resiliency-building strategies that combat burnout in both the short and long-term.
To keep going through COVID, and frankly, to retain nurses in the long-term, we need to help nurses shift out of compassion fatigue and back into compassion satisfaction.
Last year was "The Year of the Nurse" but ask any nurse and they didn't feel it was their year. This is our opportunity to celebrate their passion, commitment and legacy.
YES! But we have no time!
YES! But we're burnt out, too, as leaders!
YES! But we can't get staff away from their work!
YES! But the coms team & HR can't take on another thing!
May 12 - Night shift
May 14 - Day shift
May 11 - Night shift
May 13 - Night shift
May 12 - Afternoon shift
May 13 - Day shift
May 12 - Morning shift
May 13 - Afternoon shift
Is it Spring already? How did that happen?
What a year it’s been. Think about where you were 18 months ago. Sure, nurses are perpetually always running off their feet, juggling more than could get done in a shift, and giving, giving, giving. COVID has brought that demand on them to a whole new level.
If there is ever a time to celebrate them, it’s this year- 2021 - May 11th to 14th.
But who has the time to plan a celebration? You, too, are running off your feet. That’s why this year, we want to take the planning off your hands and make it super easy for you. You and your nurses will get more for your investment in this nurses week celebration than you could ever imagine!
" I have no words – you are so awesome!!!!!! "
CNO, Niagara Health System
“Steph far surpassed my expectations!”
CEO, Ochiltree General Hospital
"We were enthralled by your talk, reminding us of the importance of recognition every day!"
Senior Director, Dietitians of Canada
"Fun, interactive and highly engaging, my team loved it!”
Nursing Coordinator, Island Health
"Excellent promotion of the power of positivity! I need more of this! We will definitely use this in the OR."
RN, Operating Room Nurses Association of Canada
“Unconventional, attention-grabbing ideas that I can use immediately to improve myself.”
CNO, Memorial Health System
"Sarah is dynamic, fun and effective. She is outstanding."
Regional Supervising Coroner, Province of Ontario
“World Class, any organization would do well to invest in Stephanie.”
CEO, Fredonia Hospital