Nurse fatigue has been documented in the literature as contributing to negative patient outcomes and poor job performance, both of which may compromise patient care and the health of nurses.
Research shows there is a relationship between the hours nurses work and their risk for error.
Join Althea Stewart-Pyne and Lisa Ashley as they present “Preventing and Mitigating Nurse Fatigue in Health care” RNAO’s Healthy Work Environment Best Practice Guideline. The myths and facts of sleep deprivation, barriers and strategies to change, and a nurses story will be shared in this engaging webinar.
Althea Stewart-Pyne, RN, MHSc
Program Manager, Healthy Work Environment, RNAO
Lisa Ashley, RN, CCHN(C), M. Ed.
Senior Nurse Advisor, Canadian Nurses Association
Who Should Attend?
Nurses and other health-care professionals (novice and experienced), interested in evidenced-based recommendations to change the culture of nurse fatigue and discuss strategies to minimize nurse fatigue.
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