Stress and Addiction in Nursing Profession is Revealed in New Book
Nurses, just like any other professionals, are also confronted by quite a number of issues in their line of work. And how exactly can they effectively deal with it? Clinical psychologist and author Dr. Herbert R. Warner answers that exact question. Through his first published book, Dr. Warner seamlessly addressed the issues of "Stress, Burnout, and Addiction in the Nursing Profession."
According to Dr. Warner, stress, burnout, and addiction are the most common issues that confront a nurse on a daily basis. It can cause him or her heartaches, heartbreaks, and heart troubles that may affect his or her performance. Stress, by far, in Dr. Warner's opinion, is the leading cause of heart problems, sickness and depression in this country. Thus, through his book, Dr. Warner talks about these issues to spread awareness in hospitals, clinics and emergency departments how they can help address the above mentioned challenges for the nurses.
For Dr. Warner, all patients should feel comfortable and be confident of the nurse treating them or their loved ones; and he believes that by addressing the common issues that nurses encounter, the best service can be enjoyed by the hospital or medical treatments' benefactors. An irrefutably helpful guide to the establishments that employ nurses, "Stress, Burnout, and Addiction in the Nursing Profession" is first and foremost a valuable asset to nurses or any nursing student who considers going to nursing school or college to study medicine.