The Network Nurse - Nurse X’s and O’s

44: How Pandemic Stories of Healthcare Professionals Can Inspire Others

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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43: Why a Critical Care Nurse and Digital Marketing are a Perfect Match

Nurses are in a unique position to help patients and family members. If you have been following the news, healthcare reform is becoming more urgent than ever before. Nurses can play a substantial role in helping to reduce health care costs by educating people about the importance of prevention and better home care for the sick. Digital marketing is one way that nurses can make this happen because it reaches so many people at once.

42: Why Take a Cultural Competency Course by Tonika Bruce

In today's global society, it is impossible to be completely isolated from other cultures. As a result, cultural competence has become an important element for both personal relationships and professional relationships and interactions.

 

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41: A Deeper Look into Cultural Competency

Cultural competency is the ability to understand and interact with people from various cultures. It is helpful in both personal and professional relationships. Understanding other cultures is a necessity not only for getting along with others but also for avoiding problems.

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40: How Cultural Competence Training Helped Me Be a Better Nurse

"The cultural competence training helped me realize that cultural values are important to the success of any organization or individual," I said. "I'm not just a nurse, but an advocate and supporter for diversity."

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39: Developing Cultural Competency as a Nurse

In order to be a successful nurse, you need to have more than just medical knowledge. Cultural competence is a skill that comes in handy. Cultural competency is the ability to understand and interact with people from various cultures. It's not only useful in personal relationships but also in professional ones too. Especially in the medical field. In this podcast we will discuss how nurses can develop cultural competence so they can better provide care for their patients while avoiding any potential problems along the way!

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38: Nurse Entrepreneurs Should Avoid These Five Mistakes

Are you an enthusiastic nurse entrepreneur, or do you already have a stable career and enterprise? Wherever pace you are at, mistakes still happen. Listen to today's podcast to learn more about nurse entrepreneurs' mistakes that you should avoid having an incredible and advancing career!

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37: Much Needed Self-Development Tips for Student Nurse

In this podcast, we have discussed the importance of self-development for nurses and provide tips on how to do this. Nurses are the backbone of healthcare and it is important that they have a strong sense of self in order to meet their goals and be the best nurse possible!

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36: Why MLM is The Perfect Choice For Nurses

As a nurse, you are trusted, so people will be interested in what you are selling. If marketing is something you have been considering, here are the benefits that might open your mind to start your own business.

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35: Qualities That Make Nurses Great Entrepreneurs

Have you always had an interest in owning your own business but wondering what could you do independently as a nurse? In this podcast, Tonika Bruce shares her entrepreneurial journey and the qualities of nurses and healthcare professionals that make great entrepreneurs.

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