Journal of Advanced Practices in Nursing

ISSN: 2573-0347

Open Access

Mackenzie Stella

Department of Nursing, University of Adelaide, Adelaide SA, Australia

  • Mini Review   
    Finding Solutions in Aromatherapy Practises While Maintaining Resilience as Nursing Leaders
    Author(s): Mackenzie Stella*

    A typical definition of personal resilience is the capacity to function well in the face of adversity. Personal resilience has been conceptualised in a wide variety of ways. Historically, the term "resilience" has been used to refer to both physiological and psychological characteristics, the latter of which varies from person to person and is influenced by one's own particular aromatherapy coping mechanisms. People, situations, and cultures all have different understandings of resilience, which is sometimes seen as an innate personality feature and other times as a dynamic process that exists on a continuum between resilience and fragility. The former implies that certain people are less resilient or lack the necessary skills to overcome hardship, while the later implies that levels of personal resilience can fluctuate depending. Aromatherapy practises a.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2573-0347.2022.7.295

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