How Resiliency Serves as a Buffer to Nurse Burnout

How Resiliency Serves as a Buffer to Nurse Burnout


Several factors contribute to mitigating the effects of burnout among critical care nurses and resiliency was found to be a buffer against burnout in high-stress critical care settings.

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