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Clinician Cognitive Load: Read The CNO Perspective

Source: Vocera Communications
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Five-Point Communication Strategy to Help Clinicians Stay Focused

Nurses make mistakes every day due to cognitive overload. Nurse leaders have a responsibility to recognize signs of cognitive overload in clinicians and take active measures to reduce cognitive burden and its consequences.

My 2019 CNO Perspective shows nurse leaders how to create a safer, more effective work environment and:

  • Recognize the signs of cognitive overload, especially behaviors with potential to impact quality and safety
  • Employ strategies to reduce nurses’ cognitive load
  • Understand how cognitive load becomes overload – and solve for its causes

Reducing cognitive burden for nurses helps create a more satisfying work environment and fosters well-being and retention. This is a report about understanding the problem and how to take specific, achievable steps to solve it.

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