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Elizabeth "Jonel" Ferguson Kinser, RN, BSN

In a career spanning nearly three decades, Ms. Ferguson Kinser has demonstrated excellence as a cardio vascular clinical nurse, interventional radiology nurse and clinical auditor.  Currently, she works at a medical and tertiary referral center that provides level one trauma care in addition to a wide range of other medical services.  97 more words

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Why Nurses In America Are Dissatisfied With Their Work?

Annette Tersigni always wanted to bring some change in her life, when she turned 48, she took a decision to be a nurse. She took admission in nursing school with an intention to do something better with her life, and she successfully became a nurse after three years. 456 more words

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The Circles in Your Practice

On a busy day and in the midst of patient care we are not always aware that much of our nursing practice care is a continuous process. 869 more words

Professional Practice

Election of Professor Mancuso, President of the American Nurses Association (ANA) – New York

CAMPUS BRIEF

OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE DEAN, Michael J. Grant Campus

DATE:          #20, October 31, 2016        

TO:                 The Campus Community

FROM:           Dr. James M. Keane, Executive Dean and Campus CEO… 300 more words

Suffolk County Community College

June 7, 2016

Dear Sgt Shaft
Are there any new programs of concern to women veterans?

Nancy K
Via the internet

Dear Nancy
The Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) Center for Women Veterans recently announced a partnership with… 958 more words

Sgt. Shaft

June 1, 2016

Dear Sgt Shaft
Are the Veterans Service Organizations supporting the Veterans Choice healthcare program?

Lester G.
Via the internet

Dear Lester
I know that during a recent congressional hearing, The American Legion delivered written and oral testimony regarding access to healthcare through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). 956 more words

Sgt. Shaft

Thousands Of Nurses Rally For Minimum Staffing Law

ALBANY, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Nearly 2,000 nurses from around New York state have traveled to the state Capitol in Albany to urge lawmakers to pass a minimum staffing law that would mandate how many nurses are on duty at hospitals and nursing homes. 133 more words

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