Nurses Bring Meditation Practice to Your Nursing Career

by | Jul 24, 2017 | 8 comments

Nurses Bring Meditation Practice to Your Nursing Career

If you are feeling the following, then you might enjoy this short meditation practice:

  • Distracted at work with all of the bells, alarms, and whistles that beg for your attention
  • Tired because you are up at night, thinking about your nursing career
  • Stuck… not sure which way to turn or what next step to take
  • Unhappy because of all that you have to do in your nursing job
  • Tense from the physical nature of being a nurse
Check out this quick practice and bring more presence to your nursing career:

Well, how did that feel? What benefit did you receive from this short meditation practice? How can you make this part of your daily routine as a nurse? Let’s hear from you and thanks for watching!

p1050390About the Author: Keynote speaker and virtual conference host, Elizabeth Scala MSN/MBA, RN, partners with hospitals, nursing schools, and nurse associations to transform the field of nursing from the inside out. As the host of the Nurse’s Week program, The Art of Nursing, Elizabeth supports nursing organizations in celebrating and recognizing their staff in a meaningful way. Elizabeth received her dual master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University. She is also a certified coach and Reiki Master Teacher. Elizabeth lives in Maryland with her supportive husband and playful pit bull.



  1. Revlon Owensby

    Thanks for this! I’ve been practicing meditation since the beginning of this year! It has helped me tremendously! More nurses should incorporate it into everyday life

    • Elizabeth

      Right on!! So glad to hear that it is helping you. Thanks, Revlon.

  2. Anne Llewellyn

    Nice….I was at a conference last week and the topic was on Integrative Medicine. The speaker did a similar exercise. In reading the program evaluations, this was the most popular session of the day as it focused on the individual. In nursing and in other healthcare disciplines we have so much stress, that we forget to take care of ourselves. Good work Elizabeth! Love the innovations you use to inspire us.

    • Elizabeth

      Thanks, Anne!

  3. Kristen Kelly

    This is such a great and safe method for de-stressing. Nursing is a very stressful and demanding field. I did this exercise after my shift and I felt so relieved after. Keep it up 🙂

    • Elizabeth

      Awesome, so glad that it de-stressed you after your shift. Thanks so much!

  4. Christine G

    Thank you Elizabeth for the reminder that it can be as simple as coming back to breath! I find myself in all the states you described at the beginning as I work to get my biz going but will keep this in mind!

    • Elizabeth

      Awesome, glad you enjoyed the practice. Thank you!


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