- Explains and describes “resiliency” in the context of the recent pandemic, healthcare delivery, nursing, and organizations
- Provides strategies in the form of examples, case studies, and toolkits to bolster resiliency and address burnout, compassion fatigue, PTSD, and moral distress
- Includes chapters on leaders’ impact on resiliency and resiliency opportunities across the interprofessional team
- Designed for instruction in the traditional classroom, hybrid learning, online learning, and the flipped classroom
- Appropriate for student nurses, licensed nurses and advanced practice nurses
Resilience includes being aware of and prepared for moral distress, compassion fatigue, PTSD, burnout, and a lack organizational support. Practical, evidence-based tools are provided in this book to hone and advance nurses and other healthcare providers’ resiliency. The impact of resiliency on leadership, and how leaders can support themselves and those they lead are components of organizational resilience. The content has evolved from the cumulative nursing experiences of the authors and editors in education, leadership, and practice.
This textbook has been designed for use in a traditional classroom, a flipped classroom, online learning, hybrid learning, and independent exploration. Case studies, examples, and toolkits are integrated throughout the book providing for activities to emphasize key concepts and encourage discussion.