Nina Guercio SPHR, SHRM-SCP Training & Development Specialist Talent Development / NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital What’s the …Read More »
Welcome to Ask the Nurse Leader! This column is dedicated to Nurses and ancillary support staff who would like to inquire about topics that spark their curiosity and interest. Transparent questions and answers that would enhance the growth of Nurses and their understanding of Nursing Leadership. We hope this will enlighten Nurses point of view of Nursing Leadership and open doors to coaching, mentoring, and insight that contributes to patient care satisfaction as well as staff satisfaction. We hope to increase emerging Nurse Leaders interest in leadership with clear answers to their questions.
Requirements for Entering Our 2017 $5,000 Education Award No essay required. You must be enrolled as a full-time or part-time student in an accredited School of Nursing in a professional registered nurse program (baccalaureate, graduate, associate degree or diploma) OR work Full-Time, Part-Time or Per Diem as a Registered Nurse, LPN, …Read More »
by Pat Magrath – National Sales Manager DiversityNursing.com Jaylon Harkness – Oncology Nurse Navigator – Washington Cancer Clinic at MedStar Washington Hospital Center People often ask her how she can stand working in oncology because they think it’s so sad. Jaylon’s response is “I love what I do and can’t …Read More »
Being able to read, write, and speak a second language is a highly desired skill in almost every career. However, being a Multilingual or Bilingual Nurse within the healthcare industry has some exceptionally high benefits that make such skilled individuals a prized asset to any team. This is especially true …Read More »
This summer, the ANA (American Nurses Association) released a new position statement regarding Incivility, Bullying, and Workplace Violence. It clearly states that “All RNs and employers in all settings, including practice, academia, and research, must collaborate to create a culture of respect that is free of incivility, bullying, and workplace …Read More »