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Sarah Cheesman.

In our high tech, high paced nursing roles, we are asked to do more and more! Often times we find that we are "multi-tasking" and is this healthy? Is it productive? Research has shown that it is neither!

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Sarah Cheesman, MS, RN, BS, of Florence, presented on this topic "Multi-tasking and Staying Sane" at a recent staff development conference in Columbus, Ohio that was sponsored by our sister state-ONA and the Ohio Nurses Foundation. Sarah has also turned this into a self-learning packet for her managers and directors at Carolina Hospital System, in Florence, SC! Did she multi-task or just apply time management skills? For more information, you may contact Sarah at scheesman@carolinashospital.com
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Title Annotation:Members in the News
Publication:South Carolina Nurse
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1U5SC
Date:Jul 1, 2007
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