Nurses and the Coronavirus: Coping With Fear

by | Mar 20, 2020 | Podcasts | 0 comments

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About the FreshRN Podcast

Kati Kleber, MSN RN is an experienced cardiac med-surg, stepdown, and neurocritical care nurse, American Nurses Association published author, speaker, and nurse educator. The goal of the FreshRN® Podcast is to support newly licensed nurses during the beginning of their career so they not only understand their value, and learn the unwritten rules and clinical tips from experienced nurses, but also how to maximize the orientation process so you’re not just surviving – you’re thriving as you learn how to become the nurse you’ve always envisioned you’d become. Whether your a student, new grad, experienced nurse, or leader/educator – if you want to get ahead of the game, refine your practice, or learn how to support others, this is the show for you.

These bonus episodes are a special season that was put together to discuss nurses and the challenges they face when dealing with the Coronavirus. While these episodes are focused on the Coronavirus they are applicable during any pandemic or health crisis.

Nurses and the Coronavirus: Coping With Fear

Kati sits down with an experienced mental health professional to outline how nurses can manage fear while still being effective at work and mentally present at home in the midst of the Coronavirus Pandemic.

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Hi, I’m Kati.

Kati Kleber, MSN RN is a nurse educator, author, national speaker, host of the FreshRN® Podcast, and owner of FreshRN® – an online platform created to educate, encourage, and motivate newly licensed nurses in innovative ways.

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