Category Archives: Nurse Leadership

Calling on RNs! Will You Complete Quick Survey re: Workplace Environment, Diversity, & Retention?

Meet Mark Clardy, a doctoral candidate in Human Resource Development at The University of Texas at Tyler. His dissertation research is focused around the workplace environment, diversity, and retention of registered nurses. I want to see if having an affirming … Continue reading

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“Voices from the Field” Medline Series on Medical Improv

A little over two years ago, I started some “Guestblogging” for Medline on the emerging field of Medical Improv.  The series provides a great overview of the topic for those interested in understanding why we need it and how powerful … Continue reading

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4 Ways Nurses Can Take Control of Their Student Loan Debt

By Kat Tretina, Student Loan Hero Working as a nurse can be rewarding, but getting the necessary education and licenses can be expensive. Depending on your area of study, the cost of a nursing degree can be as much as … Continue reading

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