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  1. Ruby, Cheyenne MSN, RN, NPD-BC


Because of the pandemic's impact on morbidity and mortality, nursing leaders have witnessed a marked increase in the number of staff who experience crisis and extreme stress during their shift. This hospital's Engagement and Resilience Council aimed to mediate this stress by implementing resilience-building interventions during moments of peaked stress. Preliminary data show these interventions may markedly improve stress levels in frontline caregivers by up to 52% in some clinical settings.