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Infographic: Tips for Addressing Burnout

Analysis  |  By G Hatfield  
   April 03, 2024

CNOs must stay vigilant and help their nurses avoid burnout.

Burnout is being cited across the industry as one of the top workforce challenges. So, what can CNO’s do about it? 

During the HealthLeaders’ Nurse Labor and Compensation NOW Summit, Jennifer Croland, vice president and chief nursing officer at OSF HealthCare Saint Francis Medical Center, and Dr. Marie Giordano-Mulligan, vice president for nursing and chief nursing officer at Huntington Hospital Northwell Health, both spoke at length about how CNOs can reduce burnout among their workforces.

Here are some tips for addressing burnout. 

Click here to read the accompanying article. 

G Hatfield is the nursing editor for HealthLeaders.


CNOs should build relationships with their nurses so they can spot burnout. 

Leaders must make sure that nurses are utilizing the assistance programs available to them. 

Give nurses time to process and decompress after handling difficult patient situations.

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