Have you ever started out your day thinking, “I just don’t want to go to work today”? Many of us lose sight of the purpose in our work. We tire of providing care for “everyone else” and we don’t take the time to provide care for ourselves. This book addresses the challenge of compassion fatigue and burnout in nursing and offers strategies to identify, treat, and prevent this type of fatigue. Exercises are provided throughout the book to help make nurses aware of the purpose and meaning of their work as a nurse. This book is a good resource for nurses interested in helping themselves or others maintain a connection with the purpose of their work.
Book Reviews| February 01 2013
Compassion Fatigue and Burnout in Nursing
Todaro-Franceschi V. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company; 2013. 256 pages. ISBN: 978-0826109774
Crit Care Nurse (2013) 33 (1): 76.
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