Spring 2021 HIP with a virtual literature review experience with an RN-BSN Student

Registered Nurse-Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) students have been caring for critically ill COVID-19 patients for over a year, while remaining dedicated to advancing their education. Nurse burnout has increased with the COVID-19 stressors adding to the critical nursing shortages throughout the nation (Kelly et al., 2021). Caring mentorship supports the RN-BSN student needs as a working nurse enduring pandemic stressors.
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Abstract/Description: Registered Nurse-Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) students have been caring for critically ill COVID-19 patients for over a year, while remaining dedicated to advancing their education. Nurse burnout has increased with the COVID-19 stressors adding to the critical nursing shortages throughout the nation (Kelly et al., 2021). Caring mentorship supports the RN-BSN student needs as a working nurse enduring pandemic stressors.
Subject(s): Nursing students
Covid-19
RN-BSN