Podcast: Resiliency in Newly Graduated Nurses
Resilience is defined as the ability to overcome adversity and grow stronger from an overwhelming experience. In the context of the nursing profession, increased resiliency has been shown to positively impact nurses in practice. With this knowledge, recommendations to incorporate resilience training into nursing education have been made.
Satvir Kaur, BScN, RN, MN is an internationally educated nurse from India who came to Canada in 2017 to complete her graduate nursing studies at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, BC. As a part of her graduate program, Satvir completed a scoping review on resilience in newly graduated nurses transitioning into the workplace. It is hoped that her findings from the review will support the development of workplace programs that facilitate successful transition of newly graduated nurses into the workplace. In this podcast, Satvir shares how at an individual level, promoting resilience has the potential to produce better patient outcomes.
The Podcast is hosted by Madison Cook (RN). Click here to listen now.