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Reviewed by Pikasho Deka for Readers' Favorite
If the last couple of years of the global pandemic has taught us anything, it's that healthcare workers are vital and irreplaceable members of our society. Written by experts in the field, Beth Cavenaugh, Dominic O. Vachon, M.J. Murray, Mira Petrillo, and Julia Cone, The Power and Pain of Nursing is a self-help guidebook for healthcare professionals to help them maintain their composure, compassion, and mental health while dealing with the challenges of their job, taking care of sick or dying patients. Being committed to alleviating pain in others can sometimes be overwhelming and take a toll on a person's mental health, causing them to be plagued by fatigue. Through this book, nurses and other healthcare professionals will find ways to practice self-care that will make them better prepared to navigate the challenges of their job.
A well-researched and informative book, The Power and Pain of Nurses is a must-read for anyone working in the healthcare industry. Beth Cavenaugh, et al. offer valuable insights and tools to avoid personal fatigue and mental health issues which can be quite common working in an environment where pain and suffering are seen on a daily basis. The authors provide easily applicable techniques and approaches for nurses to use. Each chapter delves into a specific technique where the authors sometimes use personal anecdotes to make the topic more relatable to the readers. A relevant and timely book that I highly recommend to all healthcare professionals.