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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.

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  • Education Award Winner 2017

    …and our 2017 DiversityNursing.com Annual $5,000 Education Award Winner is… Tom Dion. by Pat Magrath …

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  • Register for our Education Award

    Requirements for Entering Our 2017 $5,000 Education Award No essay required. You must be enrolled as …

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Men In Nursing

Even though women comprise an estimated 90% of the Nursing industry, opportunities have been steadily increasing for men. Since 1970 the number of male Nurses has grown from 2.7 to 9.6% of the industry. Some of the reasons more men are attracted to Nursing is that jobs are secure and pay between …

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How RNs Can Practice Patient Advocate Nursing

Written by Brian Engard Registered nurses are the most frequent point of contact with patients in healthcare. They “provide and coordinate patient care, educate patients and the public about various health conditions, and provide advice and emotional support to patients and their family members,” according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. They …

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Education Award Winner 2017

…and our 2017 DiversityNursing.com Annual $5,000 Education Award Winner is… Tom Dion. by Pat Magrath – National Sales Manager DiversityNursing.com Tom is a Memory Care Unit Manager at Cape Heritage Rehabilitation and Health Care Center in Sandwich, MA on Cape Cod. Tom was surprised and very happy when I called …

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A TED Talk Tribute To Nurses [VIDEO]

This heartwarming Ted Talk is a glimpse into a 5-year journey of over 100 interviews with Nurses across America. Carolyn Jones discusses big health issues like aging, war, poverty, and prisons. She also gains insight from these interviews as to what made them become Nurses. Jones advocates for the diversity …

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What To Know Before You Become A Correctional Nurse

Have you ever considered your profession in a prison? Have you wondered what it’s like to be a Nurse in a prison? Perhaps you didn’t realize that prisons employ Nurses. It’s a necessity for the prisoners as they are patients with medical conditions that have been neglected for years. If …

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