Resilience and mindfulness in nurse training on an undergraduate curriculum.
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AbstractThe aim is to investigate what relationships exist between resilience and mindfulness in undergraduate nurse training and how these might contribute to well-being. One hundred and six students participated in this cross-sectional study. Multivariate and bivariate procedures were utilized to assess the differences between students' demographics, academic resilience, and mindfulness. The findings suggested that acceptance and attention within mindfulness were important for resilience. Students who had higher levels of academic resilience also had higher indexes of mindfulness. A key implication is that learning and practice areas should ensure that well-being, mindfulness, and resilience literacy are key issues for students in training. This is at a time when mental health support and staff retention are foremost in policymakers' minds. [Abstract copyright: © 2020 Wiley Periodicals LLC.]
CitationPerspectives in psychiatric care
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History: received 2020-09-30, revised 2020-11-25, accepted 2020-12-06
Publication status: aheadofprint
Funder: Internal Quality Research (QR) Grant; Grant(s): QR340