5 ways nurse practitioner burnout becomes personal

nurse practitioner burnout

When a nurse practitioner thinks about burnout, generally they think about struggling in their professional career. Afterall, the nurse practitioner burnout can negatively impact patient care, job satisfaction, and career advancements. Most APRNs think of nurse practitioner burnout at affecting their work life. But unfortunately, nurse practitioner burnout can negatively impact nurse practitioners personal life […]

The best place to begin is the first step from where you are.

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This is a guest blog post written by Brenda, a nurse and FNP, and the creator of Wamuka Connections. For 10 years, I have worked full-time in healthcare: 2 years as a patient care technician, 8 yearsas a certified rehabilitation registered nurse, 3 months as a Family Nurse Practitioner in chronicpain management, and currently on […]

Nurse Practitioners Should Be Wealthy

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This is a guest blog post written by Angel Mathis, a nurse and FNP, founder and CEO of Nurses Investing For Wealth. If you’re a nurse practitioner, on principle, deep in my soul, I want you to be wealthy. Not that it matters if you can buy a yacht and eat caviar and do all […]

20% off continuing education for nurse practitioners

Continuing education for nurse practitioners

The Burned-out Nurse Practitioner has partnered with NPACE to provide continuing education for nurse practitioners! Be sure to use coupon code: BURNEDOUT20 for 20% off! Continuing education for nurse practitioners Check out Nurse Practitioner Associates for Continuing Education (NPACE) for continuing education for nurse practitioners! NPACE offers a variety of continuing education topics created specifically […]

There’s an ICD-10 code for burnout

ICD-10 code for burnout

Nurse practitioner burnout is an increasingly common issue in the modern healthcare system.  In fact, there is an ICD-10 code for burnout: Z73.0. This goes along with the other Z73 codes that relate to life management difficulty.  It’s pretty sad that there is an ICD-10 code for burnout. This means the issue is common enough […]

Building a better work-life balance through health coaching

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Hey nurse practitioners. I know you are frustrated with the push to see more patients at double booked, 15 minute appointments. Exhausted by the amount of open chart notes, EHR inbox tasks, and the never ending patient messages.  You are tired of missing your child’s school activities. Tired of coming home late and not having […]

Navigating Negotiations as a Nurse Practitioner to Minimize Burnout in your Career

Navigating negotiation as a nurse practitioner to minimize burnout in your career

Guest blog post by Josie Tate, creator of Clincepts. I am a firm believer that the barometer for burnout is in your contract. Navigating the landscape of negotiating your worth as a nurse practitioner is an intricate journey, extending far beyond mere salary considerations. Whether you’re a fresh graduate stepping into the healthcare arena or […]

Secrets to Successfully Landing your Ideal Nurse Practitioner Job

Landing your Ideal Nurse Practitioner Job

Guest blog post by Josie Tate, creator of Clincepts. Securing your ideal nurse practitioner job is an important milestone in your career, whether you’re a seasoned professional or just starting out. As the healthcare industry continues to evolve, so do the opportunities for nurse practitioners. Read on to discover how my proven 4-step strategy can […]

Pouring from an empty cup

pouring from an empty cup

Are you a nurse practitioner and mom that feels like you are pouring from an empty cup? Do you feel completely depleted after a busy day at work? Do you lack the mental, physical, or emotional energy to show up for your family (let alone yourself)? I have experienced these same ​signs and symptoms​ when […]

12 tips to navigate nurse practitioner mom guilt

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Nurse practitioners are known for providing compassionate, patient-centered care. APRNs strive to work hard and offer thorough, quality care. But when a nurse practitioner mom leaves work, the job is not done. More time is spent on caring for the little humans that made us mothers. Being a nurse practitioner and a mother is a […]