Author information: (1)College of Nursing, HeBei University, Baoding, Hebei, China. Potential organization strategies to promote resilience in the ICU work environment could involve programs including: education and training to optimize coping mechanisms, formal and informal debriefings following a traumatic exposure, resilient nurse champions or modeling, motivational interviewing, and cognitive behavioral therapies (Charney, 2004).
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8 This training is provided through a formal program that ensures consistent education, … 95% confidence interval [CI] 0.038, 0.162)}, had lower anxiety ([b = -0.449, 95% CI -0.526, -0.372]) and used more often mental preparation strategies before the beginning of their shift ([b = 0.101, 95% CI 0.016, 0.061]). (2)Nursing Psychology Research Center of Xiangya Nursing School, Central South University, Changsha, Hunan, China. 8 Master Resilience Trainers teach active duty military members to prepare for and sustain resilience through adversity. Background: Nursing is a demanding profession that offers unique challenges. More research is needed to understand the efficacy and effectiveness of these resilience interventions in the critical care nursing population. (2016:13) resilience is positioned in correlation to adversity – to demonstrate resilience, one must first encounter adversity, such as being a nurse leader in the mining healthcare sector required to cope with challenges.Allison (2012:79) in her research stated that in the presence of change and crisis, the resource needed most is resilience. This analysis is based on a literary synthesis of nursing literature building on a previous workplace resilience model to explain theoretically the environmental factors that affect nurses' resilience in the workplace.
One study introduced how the military is leading the way in building resilience, shifting from treatment to prevention of traumatic symptoms, including burnout and secondary trauma. Effectiveness of team nursing compared with total patient care on staff wellbeing when organizing nursing work in acute care wards: a systematic review. Additionally, the feasibility of resilience interventions must be understood so that organizations can develop effective strategies to retain experienced nurses who contemplate leaving the profession because of stress. King A, Long L, Lisy K. King A, et al. Burnout and its association with resilience in nurses: A cross-sectional study.