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Know My Nurse Life!

Today there are many ways to communicate with our nursing peers. We have the ability to speak face-to-face and by phone. However, SMS messaging has become a popular form of communicating with over phone calls. Over 81% of the adults in the United States own a smart phone today.  Over 95% of nurses own and… Read more

Being a Founder and a Female

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I am a founder who happens to be a female. Twice this week I had a conversation about the question I’ve been asked often on panels. The question is some variation of “How do you manage being a female in business?” I don’t like this question. I wish it wasn’t a question that was asked… Read more

“I’ll be back in a few minutes..”

This is the truth… (I chuckled when I read it). This reminded me of when I’d come back from the cafeteria around 3:30pm (having started at 7am) with something I grabbed to bring back and eat for lunch on the unit. The unit secretary would see me and tell me something like: “Your patient in… Read more

Nightingale’s Innovative Nurse: (November): Amelia Roberts, RN

  Meet Amelia Roberts, RN What do you love about being a nurse? What I love about being a nurse is the perspective I get! From where I stand, I see life with all that it offers, both problems and solutions. In my nursing role, we deliver patient care in a variety of forms. This viewpoint… Read more

Nightingale’s November Newsletter

Did you catch our November Newsletter? Here’s an excerpt: While I get to share my story, I also get to offer a perspective that perhaps is new. Yet, I hope that perspective lights that initial spark that can be taken back to the workplace and think differently about how to solve some of the challenges faced in… Read more