Dr. Kojo Sarfo / Nursing

How Can Adversity Lead To Success?

“What doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger.” Is there anything behind that sentence, or is it just something that we like to say? Our society loves stories of people who overcame difficult childhoods or big challenges and managed to find success. Are they rare occasions trouted out to make...

How To Improve Your Work-Life Balance As A Nursing Professional?

As with many other care professionals – such as social workers, doctors, psychologists, and counselors – nurses have a high risk of burnout and “compassion fatigue”. Compassion fatigue and burnout are not about the amount of work you do – how many hours you are actually at your job – but the type of work. These professions, that require emotional presence, compassion, and empathy – can be as draining as they are rewarding. With nursing, the hours are long, the work can physically demanding, and you come across difficult situations and people who you cannot always help. It’s a beautiful job, but it’s not an easy one.

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