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Thursday, August 13, 2020

Chaunie Brusie, BSN, RN

Chaunie Brusie is a Registered Nurse from Michigan with experience in labor and delivery, long-term care, and critical care nursing. Her work as a health journalist has appeared in outlets such as The Washington Post, Glamour, SELF, and more.

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High stress, break room snacks, and limited time and energy to exercise are just some of the occupational (heart) hazards that HCPs face.
Simple steps such as chart review, open body language and reading emotional cues can help foster a better connection.
As you head into a new decade, we encourage you to choose a few resolutions that can help you be a healthier, happier version of yourself.
It’s been a year, hasn’t it? From record-breaking numbers of school shootings to political divisions across the country to the possible third...
You didn't pick a career in healthcare because you expected to be thanked all the time. But it doesn't hurt...
Conflict and miscommunication are inevitable parts of life, and in healthcare settings, where life-and-death situations are always around the corner, they're even more amplified.

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