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The Pressures of Crisis on New Nurses: Leading Through Uncertainty

Facing COVID-19, new nurses are entering a more stressful and emotionally exhausting environment than ever before

[Sponsored] For new graduate nurses, the transition from academia to the fast-paced professional clinical environment can be overwhelming. Even with adequate orientation programs and guidance, the shift from classroom to the front lines is a shocking new reality that can lead to staggering nurse burnout, emotional conflict, and significant stress and anxiety. Equally difficult, new nurses are confronting these challenges amidst a global health pandemic. Learn how to better support new nurses as they transition into professional practice during these unprecedented times.

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