active engagement

Active nursing professional engagement

Find your voice and trust your instincts.  Takeaways: Actively engaged nurses experience less burnout and contribute to better patient care. Active engagement requires champions with nursing and administration.…

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…

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…
mentoring minority nurses

Mentoring minority nurses

African Americans accounted for just 3.4% of nursing leadership positions, according to a 2013 national survey by the American Organization of Nurse Executives, indicating the scarcity of role…
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The giving time

Real nurses nurture their young. By Leah Curtin, RN, ScD(h), FAAN My mother once told me that the first half of your life is all about acquiring things—an…

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