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The importance of well-being in nursing practice

Why is well-being important?

Reality shock for nurses is a problem that shows no signs of going away. Self-care is so vital for new hire nurses, but it is also important that hospitals support reflective learning practices that support well-being. 366 more words

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Victoria Corich Nenner, MSN

Title: Retired Nurse, Educator
Company: Nenner Enterprises, Inc.
Location: San Diego, California, United States

Victoria Corich Nenner, MSN, Retired Nurse and Educator at Nenner Enterprises, Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Nurses for dedication, achievements, and leadership in Medicine.

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Concept Based Curriculum in Nursing Education: What do we know?

For the last fifteen years, nurse educators have struggled to offer a curriculum that prepares students for successful practice after graduation (and success on the NCLEX examination), without falling into the trap of 2,192 more words

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A Report from the 10th Annual Collaborative EBP Conference

This post is written by guest writer, Jason Vazquez, 2nd year MEPN student

(Jason Vazquez, Anne Vien, Dr Laurie ecoff, Evan Gum, & Amena Adams at conference) 220 more words

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Nursing education in India

Nursing education is the professional education for the preparation of nurses to enable them to render professional nursing care to the people of all ages in all phases of health and illness in a variety of setting. 416 more words

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Dr. Diann Martin

Title: President
Company: Road Scholars/RN
Location: Wilmette, Illinois, United States

Dr. Diann Martin, President of Road Scholars/RN, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Nurses for dedication, achievements, and leadership in nursing consultancy and education.

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