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Inspiring Stories of Nurses Working with Disabilities AND a Great Resource – “The Exceptional Nurse” Book Review

Nursing is a tough profession and nursing school a rigorous path to take with physical, intellectual, psychological, and spiritual challenges!  That is why it is so amazing and inspiring to learn about nurses who have overcome major challenges to continue or begin their … Continue reading

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Regis Professor Recruiting New Nurses with Learning Disabilities for Research Project re: Transition into Practice

by Michelle Colleran Cook, MS, RN, Assistant Professor, Regis College Ask any nurse what it was like to move from the role of a student to that of a new nurse and I bet you’ll get an earful. New nurses begin their … Continue reading

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