Tag: Stress management

Leadership workshop: Effectively Coping with Stress–The Case for Wellness Integration

Editor's Note Wellness is multidimensional. Wellness is more than just physical help. Wellness also includes mental, environmental, spiritual, social, and emotional considerations. Those are some of the lessons presented in this OR Manager Conference Workshop, “Effectively Coping with Stress—The Case for Wellness Integration,” presented by Kevin Merrigan, founder and director…

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By: Jane Kuhn
September 19, 2023
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Cleveland Clinic survey examines American men’s health habits

Editor's Note A new national survey by Cleveland Clinic finds a disconnect between men’s perception of their health and their actual health habits. A total of 1,000 US men, 18 years of age and older, were surveyed. In the survey, 81% of men said they believe they are leading a…

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By: Judy Mathias
September 7, 2023
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Study: Effects of exercise on HCW depression, burnout, absenteeism

Editor's Note This Canadian study examines the extent to which a 12-week app-based exercise intervention can reduce depressive symptoms, burnout, and absenteeism in healthcare workers (HCWs). A total of 288 HCWs were included in this two-group (142 in exercise group, 146 in control group) randomized clinical trial. Exercise group participants…

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By: Judy Mathias
August 9, 2023
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Effect of surgical nurses’ personality traits on fear, work stress, resilience during COVID-19

Editor's Note In this study, nurse researchers from Turkey, examine the effects of personality traits of surgical nurses (ie, OR, ICU, ED, and surgical services) on work stress, COVID-19 fear, and psychological resilience during the pandemic.  A total of 357 nurses were included in the analysis.  Among the findings:  The…

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By: Judy Mathias
August 3, 2023
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