Peter Ellis , Jane Abbott

Journal of Renal Nursing, Vol. 4, Iss. 5, 26 Sep 2012, pp 259 - 261

There is an increasing body of professional literature and discussion within the nursing press highlighting the impact of work-related stress both on nurses and on the development of nursing.
It is therefore imperative that renal nurse leaders and managers gain a greater understanding of the causes of stress in nursing and implement strategies to overcome and address these. In this paper,
we will examine some of the causes of stress for nurses in general and for renal nurses in particular.

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