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C493 – Task1 There is a high stress level for nurses who work in Emergency Departments. The high acuity of patients and high patient volume repeatedly exposes nurses to stress and puts them at risk for compassion fatigue. As a previous ED technician an

C493 – Task 1 

 

 

 

 There is a high stress level for nurses who work in Emergency Departments. The high acuity of patients and high patient volume repeatedly exposes nurses to stress and puts them at risk for compassion fatigue. As a previous ED technician and now currently an Admissions nurse in the ED, I have witnessed first-hand the amount of stress that takes a toll on nurses. As time goes on, this stress has the potential of turning into compassion fatigue. I believe it would be beneficial to implement a coping skill in order to address this problem of compassion fatigue. 

Compassion fatigue is defined as a very tense feeling that is experienced to those who are in a constant stressful environment. There are three major components to compassion fatigue, burnout, secondary traumatic stress, and compassion satisfaction. Burnout is defined as the experience of perceived demands that outweigh the perceived resources. Secondary traumatic stress includes fee

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