Many nurses enter the nursing profession with the desire to help patients heal. We want to teach, take care of and advocate for our patient populations. However, once we get into our nursing careers, what tends to happen? We realize our roles are busy. We are faced with competing priorities. We have little to no time to spend with our patients.
Recently I received an email from a LinkedIn expert I follow. It was a guest post on the psychology behind the social profile. Now you might be thinking, what does this have to do with the Art of Nursing? At first glance… not a whole lot. However, the more I read the article I was struck with just how much this notion of our social media personal profile is related to how we show up in our nursing practice.
Here’s a quick video blog that goes through the psychology of this tip. And shares with you how to bring the art of nursing into your scientific nurse practice.
What do you think? Have you ever done this and noticed a difference? If you don’t make the time to do what this video shares… has it impacted your nursing profession in any way? I’d love to hear from your experience. Share a comment below and thanks for watching!
About the Author: As a keynote speaker, bestselling author and virtual conference host, Elizabeth partners with hospitals, organizations, associations, and nursing groups to help transform the field of nursing from the inside out. As the bestselling author of ‘Nursing from Within‘, Elizabeth guides nurses and nursing students to a change in perspective, helping them make the inner shift needed to better maneuver the sometimes challenging realities of being a caregiver.