Beyond the Bedside: 4 Ways to Spread Compassion this Season

Mighty NurseChristmas is a time when even the stingiest can feel a sense of compassion and good will.  As nurses, the core of our work stems from the word compassion. It is our fuel. For most, our compassion meters run high during the season. However, sometimes we can run low and find ourselves stricken with compassion fatigue.  We give our undivided time to our patients as well as family and friends during this season which can be tiring in the end. So how do we spread compassion this season and remain balanced?  It’s simple. Follow these few steps. 

4 Ways to Spread Compassion this Season

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