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  • Education Award Winner 2017

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

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Mentorship Shapes The Future of Nursing

Mentors are there for experience-based guidance and honest advice. In some areas up to 60% of new Nurses leave their first position and some leave the Nursing profession entirely within two years. A stressful work environment combined with a lack of support from fellow Nurses can make it difficult to …

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Inspiring A Future of More Latino Nurses

Diversity in the Nursing field is necessary to progress health equity and improve patient outcomes. As a result of efforts in recent years, the Nursing workforce today is more diverse than it was a decade ago, but there is still work to be done. The goal is to have a health …

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7 Times Nurses Went Above And Beyond For Their Patients

Nurses are talented and caring, they often go above and beyond the call of duty to care for their patients. You don’t have to look very far to find great Nurses who make a habit of getting involved and giving more of themselves than they are asked. Below are a …

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A Career In Nursing Is The Future For Many Men

The Washington Center for Equitable Growth reported the percent of males in Nursing has steadily grown since 1960 from 2% to 13% in the United States. We have seen women entering male-dominated fields for a long time, but it’s less common to see an increase in men joining a predominantly …

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Health Providers Impacting Youth Sports Related Injuries

  Children being involved with sports and other physical activities is a normal and healthy part of their life. Unfortunately injuries can happen. Thankfully healthcare professionals are working to find ways to better treat and prevent injuries. Here are a few examples… Almost half a million children visit emergency rooms annually …

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