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? requires that nurses understand and appreciate what other health professionals have to offer
Collaboration
Nurses must also ? to others the nursing needs of patients.
interpret
? patients and their families in the plan of care from the beginning is the best way to ensure their cooperation, enthusiasm, and willingness to work toward the best patient outcomes.
Involve
? is the use of a biological or chemical agent as a weapon.
Bio-terrorism
Group A ? has the most deadly agents and include Anthrax, plague, smallpox, botulism, tularemia, viral hemorrhagic fever.
bio-terrorism
Botulism is spread easily through ? contamination.
water
What do people experience after attacks or disasters?
Helplessness, ?, depression, ?, nausea and vomiting, sleep pattern disturbances, ?, anger, horror, etc.
fear
grief
panic
- When someone has experienced a disaster or an attack the health care worker should talk ?, validate their ?, and ? what is happening, try relaxation techniques, reassurance can work.
calm

experience

normalize
burnout is caused by reactions to the ? stress common in occupations involving numerous direct interactions with people.
chronic
Burnout ? is characterized by emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and reduced personal accomplishments.
syndrome
Physical ? of burnout can include exhaustion, lack of energy, aches and pains, accidental injuries, respiratory illness, gastrointestinal disorders, change in appetite, cardiovascular conditions, hypertension, headache, insomnia, lack of self-care.
manifestations
? manifestations of burnout can include Anger, depression, anxiety, frustration, guilt, cynicism, tense, irritable, mood swings, withdrawn, numb feeling, emotional detachment etc.
Psychological
Nurses can choose to work in a health care environment that supports professional nursing practice to prevent ?
burnout
To ? burnout Nurses can find the right practice setting for themselves.
prevent
Stress is a particular relationship between the person and the environment that is appraised by the person as ? or ? his or her resources and endangering his or her well-being. (Lazarus 1984)
taxing or exceeding
Stress is defined as the nonspecific response of the body to any ? made on it. (Seyle, 1956)
demand
?stress is caused by self and self- perceptions.
Internal
? stress is caused by environmental factors such as noise, cold, malfunctioning equipment, bad weather.
External
Interpersonal stress is caused by demands made by ? and conflict with others.
others