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To influence others is pivotal to nursing leadership

By | 2015-04-07T14:50:35+00:00 April 7th, 2015|Categories: Archived|Tags: |

Eileen P. Williamson, MSN, RN Leaders have many traits we admire, from competence and confidence to direction and determination. We describe them with words like strength, honesty, integrity, enthusiasm, commitment and engagement. We see them as thinkers and doers, organizers and risk takers. We admire their vision and the objectives they believe in

Clinical care skills may not include leadership ability

By | 2015-04-21T16:10:21+00:00 February 22nd, 2015|Categories: Blogs, Nursing careers and jobs|Tags: |

Hypothetical Case Mark is an excellent neuroscience nurse who has practiced for three years in a university medical center neurosurgical intensive care unit. His specialty is stroke nursing and he recently passed the SCRN exam to become a stroke certified registered nurse. A strong proponent of patient- and family-centered care, Mark is loved by his

Nurses: Respond to the Call to Lead

By | 2013-01-02T13:22:26+00:00 January 2nd, 2013|Categories: Archived|Tags: , |

By: Jennifer Chaikin, RN-BC, MSN, MHA, CCRN Executive Director of Educational Initiatives, Nurse.com After nearly 20 years in critical care nursing, Jennifer made the move to providing professional development opportunities for nurses. She still continues to remain clinically grounded by working in a local PICU. Jennifer Chaikin, RN Nurses, we have a problem.