Dispelling The Myths about The New COVID 19 Booster with Maggie Thompson

Conversations are what sharpens a nurse’s mind and rejuvenate the commitment of service to others. The road to becoming a certified nurse is demanding and calls for resilience and focus.
In this,Podcast, you will have an opportunity to interact with Margaret Anne Thompson, a retired Certified Nurse Anesthetist.
Having worked as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist for 38 years, Margaret has a wealth of knowledge in a range in critical care and anesthesia operations, including pediatrics, cardiovascular, neurology, orthopedics, eye surgery, neonatal surgery, general surgery, and ENT surgery. Margaret holds memberships in various associations, including; AANA, ASNA, NBNA, and WBNA.
In this conversation, Thompson will unveil some of the remarkable transformations in the field for nurses and healthcare workers. and Dispelling the myths about covid 19. We will also dive into the unique role Black and Brown nurses play in this field, some of the common challenges encountered, and the lessons learned as a key take-away for young practitioners. We will equally look at the perceived potential for the CRNA field in the near future.

Tips on How to Market Yourself as a Nurse in Order to Land Bigger Jobs by Tonika Bruce

Nurses are in high demand right now, and nursing salaries are increasing. However, if you don’t know how to market yourself, you can get stuck at the same level for ages.
It’s important that you market yourself to employers. How? There are many ways! In this podcast episode, we will go over some of the most popular tips for marketing yourself as a nurse so that you can land bigger jobs.

Student tips: How to Start Preparing for Nursing Leadership Early by Tonika Bruce

The grooming of future nurse leaders is increasingly vital due to the expanding complexity of healthcare practice surroundings and the massive retirement of nurse leaders. In addition, the current healthcare environment is uncertain, making it challenging to plan for the future

Why You Should Follow a Nursing Blog If You Want to Grow Your Career by Tonika Bruce

Are you a nurse looking to grow your career? If so, there are many reasons why following a nursing blog can help you.

A consistent feed of information from multiple sources is vital for nurses who want to stay on the cutting edge of their profession. Nursing blogs offer valuable insight into best practices and new research in the field, as well as an opportunity for networking with other nurses across the globe.

How Pandemic Stories of Healthcare Professionals Can Inspire Others by Tonika Bruce

Nurses are often busy working in the trenches when pandemic diseases hit. Throughout history, there have been life-threatening pandemic outbreaks- the flu, Ebola, SARS, the bubonic plague, to mention a few. But, despite the gloom, there have always been people who brought hope with their tireless effort to save lives
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