Journal of Perioperative Nursing

21 Jun, 2023 | News

Addressing burnout and compassion fatigue in perioperative nursing: An urgent call to action
By Jed Duff

Burnout and compassion fatigue have a considerable impact on perioperative nurses’ wellbeing and job satisfaction as well as on the quality of patient care. As a specialty, we must act collectively to address this.

Recent articles:
Surgical plume and its associated hazards to perioperative staff: A review of current standards for practice and risk management
Discharge delay from the Post Anaesthesia Care Unit: A nursing perspective
Strategies to optimise culturally appropriate perioperative care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples: A discussion paper
The impact of quality improvement interventions on compliance with standardised surgical count protocol and count discrepancies: A quality improvement study
Nurses’ perceptions of screening for delirium in the Post Anaesthesia Care Unit and orthopaedic surgical wards: A qualitative study

Journal of Perioperative Nursing (JPN) publishes original articles on all aspects of perioperative nursing care spanning the period from a patient’s referral for surgery through to their discharge and full recovery.
JPN is a not-for-profit peer-reviewed journal published by the Australian College of Perioperative Nurses (ACORN). It aims to be a trusted source of knowledge for perioperative nurses so they can provide patients with safe, effective evidence-based care.
The journal is diamond open-access which means articles are freely available to readers, and there is no submission or processing charge for authors. Published articles are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0).
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