Ranjit Bindra Reminds Nurses in Pediatric Oncology to Take Care of Themselves


Ranjit Bindra advises nurses in pediatric oncology to take care of themselves by learning coping skills early on.

Ranjit Bindra, MD, PhD, from Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale discusses the importance of taking time to develop coping skills when working in pediatric oncology.

He suggests that nurses reach out to their residents, fellows, and other nurses to talk through what they are feeling, as well as seeking out a group. Despite the difficulty, he also stresses how rewarding the work in this section can be.

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