Self Care for Nurses: Small Doses for Wellness offers self-care practices in bite-sized chunks for nurses on the go
INDIANAPOLIS—Resilience is a word that elicits strong reactions, and many times those reactions are negative. However,
according to authors Natalie B. May, Tim Cunningham, and Dorrie K. Fontaine, resilience is also the key to creating a work environment where nurses can thrive. Enter Self Care for Nurses: Small Doses for Wellness
, the latest title from Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing (Sigma), which offers strategies help nurses flourish in good times and grow in difficult ones.
Self Care for Nurses is grounded in research and rich in expertise from nurses and other practitioners on the healthcare spectrum to help nurses flourish in good times and grow in the difficult ones. Contents include over 30 science-based wellness practices that tend to nurses’ minds and bodies, bite-sized exercises that apply the latest in self-care research, and relatable stories with helpful guidance from nurses and wellness experts.
Download a sample chapter and other resources for Self Care for Nurses: Small Doses for Wellness from the Sigma Repository
Self Care for Nurses: Small Doses for Wellness
By Natalie B. May, PhD; Tim Cunningham, DrPH, MSN, RN, FAAN; Dorrie K. Fontaine, PhD, RN, FAAN
Published by Sigma, 2023
EPUB ISBN: 9781646481026
PDF ISBN: 9781646481033
Price: US $24.95
Trade paperback, 200 pages
Trim size: 5x7
About the authors:
Natalie B. May, PhD, is a self-care and resilience researcher and Associate Professor at the University of Virginia School of Nursing.
Tim Cunningham, DrPH, MSN, RN, FAAN, is the Co-Chief Well-Being Officer for the Woodruff Health Sciences Center at Emory University.
Dorrie K. Fontaine, PhD, RN, FAAN, is the Dean Emerita at the University of Virginia School of Nursing and founder of UVA’s Compassionate Care Initiative.
The Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing (Sigma) is a nonprofit organization with the mission of developing nurse leaders anywhere to improve healthcare everywhere. Founded in 1922, Sigma has more than 135,000 active members and 600 chapters at institutions of higher education and healthcare partners from Armenia, Australia, and Botswana to Thailand, the United States, and Wales. Sigma members include clinical nurses and administrators, academic nurse educators and researchers, policymakers, entrepreneurs, and others working to fulfill the organization’s vision of connected, empowered nurse leaders transforming global healthcare.