Change Fatigue: A Constant Leadership Challenge

      Any observer of nursing staff meetings or management meetings would be stunned at the endless announcements and discussions of things that are to be changed now! Changes in clinical care, work processes, technology, and professional issues all converge at the point of care and are expected to be carefully orchestrated by staff nurses each time they engage with a patient or a team member. The team members are composed of many different professionals whose own disciplines have changes to orchestrate. This confluence of change creates a virtual tsunami of pressures on care providers who valiantly try to do the right and best things.
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