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Do you have a mentor?

5 factors to consider when choosing a mentor Lillee Gelinas Editor’s note: Occasionally, something from the past speaks to the present (and the future). This April 2020 column…
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Mentoring for cultural awareness

Make a commitment to self-awareness. According to the American Nurses Association (ANA) definition, mentoring is a one-to-one, long-term relationship between a novice and an experienced nurse that promotes…
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Nurse mentorships: A two-way street

Mentoring is successful only when both the mentor and mentee contribute. Takeaways: Formal or informal mentorship can promote the longevity of mentees. Mentorship can create pride in mentees…

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