Why Women Need To Meditate

Nurses’ Health Matters

The nursing profession has a problem: Millions of us, charged with taking care of the nation’s people, come to work chronically fatigued. Studies have shown that 30% of new graduate RN’s leave bedside nursing in the first year, and 57% leave in the second year. Not only does fatigue impact our work life, it also affects our life outside of work—our time spent with family, friends, and ourselves! We all want to have more energy and happiness and to enjoy our professional and personal lives more.

To reduce fatigue and burnout, you must not only have mental and physical rest, you must also build resilience.

The Transcendental Meditation technique is a great way for you to reduce fatigue, build resilience, renew compassion and reconnect with the profession you love.


 

Build Resilience and Earn Contact Hours

Nurse: Heal Theyself

Transcendental Meditation® for Nurses: Introductory Class:

Developing Capacity for Improved Judgment, Decision Making and Resilience under Stress

Learn Why the Transcendental Meditation technique is rapidly becoming THE “GO-TO” Self-Care program for nurses.

Earn up to 2 ANCC CE contact hours (except in CA) — no charge

For information and to sign up for a lecture in your area contact: 641-451-1592 or email nurses@tm-women.org

This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA), an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Approved to award up to 2.0 CNE contact hours. Approval # 1380, Expires 11/2/20. Credit awarded commensurate with participation.

When you complete the Transcendental Meditation Course:

You’ll receive a total of 23.25 CNE contact hours (except in CA) and up to 2 university credits through Maharishi University of Management.

This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA), an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. AHNA approval # 1384, Expiration date 11/30/20.

The TM for Nurses course has been peer reviewed and is an Endorsed Program of the American Holistic Nurses Association.


 

Partnering with the ANA’s Healthy Nurse, Healthy Nation campaign

TM for Nurses is proud to be working with the American Nurses Association and the Healthy Nurse, Healthy Nation campaign to bring about healthy changes in the nursing community. The Healthy Nurse, Healthy Nation campaign encourages you to put your health first by concentrating on a holistic approach to wellness. The Transcendental Meditation technique should be a key component of that approach.


TM Program for Nurses: Nourishing the Caregiver Within (14:45)


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