Black Entrepreneur Partnering With Hospitals To Help Nurses

Meet Rasheda Hatchett, a registered nurse, author, speaker, and resilience expert that educates and empowers thousands of nurses
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Meet Rasheda Hatchett, a registered nurse, author, speaker, and resilience expert that educates and empowers thousands of nurses from across the country.

Her company, Rasheda Hatchett Media, LLC, helps high-achieving healthcare leaders optimize their teams' reach and productivity through the lens of resilience.

During the pandemic, healthcare workers are fighting a lethal virus with acute shortages of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), the devastation of loss of life, not only that of the patients they serve but their fellow healthcare workers as well, and the rapidly changing work environment. These unprecedented circumstances have amplified the sources of emotional distress and worker burnout.

Rasheda’s resilience education is an essential strategy for an organization to flourish in today's dynamic world to overcome the perils this pandemic has caused. Resilience contributes to nurses' readiness to lead, provide excellent care for their patients, and practice self-care. She focuses on the opportunities offered by resilience-enhancing interventions to better prepare nurses for professional practice. Through her coaching, she is focused on building resilience in the nursing workforce to overcome burnout and stress.

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