Category Archives: Diversity

Don’t miss this live-stream event @ Guillian-Barre Syndrome: “Getting Better Slowly”-Feb 26th, 2017

By Adam Pownall At the age of 26, in the space of three weeks, I went from being a fit and healthy dancer and performer to a paralyzed man unable to blink unaided. Getting Better Slowly is the story a … Continue reading

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3rd Door Series #2: We used to work together but now I’m the boss!

Welcome to the Third Door Column from Nurse.org with Beth Boynton, RN, MS. In this 10-part weekly series, we’ll be navigating common conflicts in nursing and healthcare with an eye towards shared accountability and co-creative solutions. The “Third Door” concept … Continue reading

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Leveraging Trust & Knowledge of Nurses! How to submit letters to the editor (LTE)!

by Peggy Ann Berry, PhD, RN We are healthcare providers and so much of our profession, practice, and reimbursements intertwine with the laws and politics of this country. In addition, patient safety and health revolve around safe staffing and expanded … Continue reading

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