Posts Tagged: innovation

We have something coming your way soon.. digital stickers & Know My Nurse Life

We have something headed your way soon…. Know My Nurse Life! “Stickers are a logical evolution of that, bringing visual communication of emotions and stories into the on-going conversations we all run through our “phones”.” Read more about digital stickers from this article: Stickers are serious business. Post originally appeared on Dr. Tiffany Kelley RN’s… Read more

Nightingale’s November Newsletter: Are you subscribed?

Are you subscribed to the Nightingale Apps‘ newsletter? Here is the one just released yesterday for November. If interested in receiving it, let us know at @contact@nightingaleapps.com PS…something really fun is coming your way early 2018!! We’re working on it now and will share more details when able . To read our newsletter from November, click here…. Read more

We have the ability to make change.

Tonight I spoke to a group of graduate nursing students at Northeastern University about how to look at daily problems as opportunities to form impactful solutions. Too often we just accept that ‘this is just the way that it is’ and keep battling the challenges that really don’t make sense when you have a moment… Read more

Health Tech Venture Network Female Entrepreneurship Conference: Recap

A nice recap of the HealthTech Venture Network Female Entrepreneurship Conference on October 7th in Seaport Boston. “To hear the other women’s stories and to hear how similar, not necessarily the specifics are, but just the accounts of the day-to-day… I felt like I was in the right place. And there are so many times you feel… Read more

Nightingale’s Innovative Nurse (October): Dr. Shanina Knighton PhD RN

Meet Dr. Shanina Knighton: The Entrepreneur in Patient Hand Hygiene Describe your initial interest in patient hand hygiene?  As a student nurse during my clinical rotations I would often hear about the importance of healthcare worker hand hygiene, but with flu outbreaks such as Swine and H1N1 being an issue at the time I wondered… Read more