Personal Resilience Education

The nursing profession is highly demanding with many physical and psychological hazards, which can result in mental injury and/or impact mental wellbeing. It is an employer's responsibility to build a physically and psychologically safe workplace that works to mitigate psychological hazards.

BCNU members and staff have demonstrated great resilience in creating and adapting to new work processes in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, toxic drug public health emergency, and experiences of racial injustice. To help sustain and build resilience skills, BCNU is offering a virtual on-demand personal resilience course titled Introduction to Embodying Your Practice. For more information and to register, visit this page. Additionally, recordings of the personal resilience webinars can be found in the BCNU Member Portal. 

UPDATED: November 20, 2023
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