A personal reflection of the progression of mentoring and collaboration in APRNs and discussion and changes that could be made.
Mentoring in academia v community based settings and the cultures they create
Janet Makori, RN, MSN, BSN Bio, Janet Makori is a DNP student at Eastern Kentucky University. She works fulltime as a clinical assistant faculty in Texas. She has
Public Health plays an important role in health promotion. Nurses can work together with a multidisciplinary team to provide basic health care. Clinics that offer free medical care often face challenges due to staffing and limited finances among others. Healthcare workers can pull resources and collaborate to impact patients’ health positively.
Book Review: The Nurse Leader Coach: Become the Boss No One Wants to Leave Registered Nurse (RN) turnover rates are at a five-year high with 18.7% of nurses having
As doctoral students transition from their student role to nurse leaders, it is vital that they understand the benefits that mentoring and interdisciplinary
Blog: MSN vs. DNP Should preparation at the DNP level be a requirement of entry into nursing advanced practice roles? For years there has been the debate and the
Current commentary on collaboration and change within academic institutions versus community settings.
This reflection discusses implementation of a mentorship program with interprofessional collaboration.
This reflective blog discusses implementation of a mentorship program during the pandemic with requested feedback on improvement.