Anti-bullying Nurse Thought Leader Offers Tips to Help Nurses Calm Nurse-zillas
– Reduce Stress Nurse Stress to Reduce Bullying –
AURORA, Colo. – August 7, 2017 – Nurses often work with a coworker who is super nice and easy to work with as long as everything is quiet but immediately turns into a nurse-zilla when things get hectic.
According to Dr. Renee Thompson, DNP, RN, CMSRN, one of the top professional development and anti-bullying thought leaders in nursing, nurses can all be Florence Nightingale when things go well and maybe a softer version of nurse-zilla when they don’t.
“We are human after all, and when under stress, we don’t always behave,” says Dr. Thompson.
Read Dr. Thompson's tips about how to calm a nurse-zilla and manage disruptive behaviors in the nursing department at http://www.americansentinel.edu/blog/2017/07/28/dr-renee-thompson-reduce-stress-to-reduce-bullying/
Dr. Renee Thompson is a keynote speaker, author, award-winning nurse blogger, and professional development/anti-bullying thought leader. Renee spends the majority of her time helping healthcare and academic organizations address and eliminates workplace bullying. To find out more about Renee, please visit her website http://www.rtconnections.com/
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