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There are SO many issues in healthcare today that impact medical/nursing providers and patients alike that it's hard to see the relationships they have to each other and the effect on all of our lives personally and professionally.
ONCE A NURSE ALWAYS A NURSE is a forum for nurses to tell stories about their own experiences, whether professional or family-focused, and for expert guests to inspire conversation on health and nursing-related topics. Weekly topics will vary from communication in healthcare to current issues, such as nurse/patient ratios, dealing with conflict, how to create cooperative workplaces, speed-reading people, preventing burnout, nursing strikes and much more. The program also explores the important government policies that are creating a major shift for all healthcare providers as well as their patients.
No matter what the topic, ONCE A NURSE ALWAYS A NURSE believes that we, as nurses, will be creating the future healthcare paradigm as we move forward, becoming a crucial part of the solutions today and into the future.
Frances McHie Scholarship from U of MN Nursing School
The Frances McHie Scholarship seeks to award small financial grants to individual students at the University of Minnesota School of Nursing who are interested in becoming nurses or seeking to advance their nursing education. African American nursing students, non-white students and first-generation college students are strongly encouraged to apply. Addressing racism in the healthcare field was a lifelong pursuit of Frances McHie. This scholarship is intended to continue her legacy.
Create affordable, tech-savvy nursing curriculum for developing countries and empowers nurses to change their world.
Develop and distribute our innovative curriculum and help provide nursing programs around the world.
Improve health, and empower nurses around the world.
Open doors with a free, open access nursing curriculum.
Remove barriers to nursing education to people worldwide.
Establish new nursing programs and enhance existing programs.
Help nurses become community health leaders in the communities who have great needs…..
and so much more!