The American Organization for Nursing Leadership yesterday unveiled a new resource to provide nurse leaders with practical tips and effective strategies for addressing challenges unique to a crisis.

The resource, which was made possible by a Johnson & Johnson Foundation educational grant, addresses the following for nurse leaders, nurses in clinical roles and other clinical leaders:

  • addressing moral distress;
  • grieving, coping and caring for oneself;
  • learning from culture shock;
  • channeling inner strength;
  • managing anxiety and stress; and
  • embracing mindfulness and self-compassion.

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