Nursing Burnout: A Case Study

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The purpose of this paper is to discuss stress as defined by theorist Selye, the meaning of nursing burnout, its detrimental effects, and the implementation of spirituality as a stress mediator.
The perioperative department can be an extremely stressful environment. Patients and their family members may experience high levels of anxiety, uncertainty, and fear. A prudent preoperative nurse should focus on to alleviate any of their concerns, provide comfort, present education regarding their upcoming procedure, and answer questions. Other vital aspecrts of the preoperative nurse’s role includes making sure that the patient’s chart is complete with orders, labs, an updated history and physical, and proper surgical consents. The nurse must get

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