Archive for the ‘Professional Development’ Category

Recalibrating the Use of Race in Medical Research

A colleague from INANE (the International Academy of Nursing Editors) shared a link to an interesting article published by the American Nurses Association. Have a look

Ashley Barr MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC

Bio: Ashley Barr is a current Doctor of Nursing Practice student at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky. Her doctoral work is focused on implementing a

Gaps in the clinical setting from a DNP student.

Mentoring for employees in this specific clinical setting is minimal. Only having experienced one department in the organization, I am hopeful not all areas are the

Reckoning with Racism in Nursing

Hello Everyone, You are invited to participate in the discussion forums on "Reckoning with Racism in Nursing." Registration: BILNOC Reckoning Zoom Meetings December

Support needed for RESEARCH on LGBT Healthcare Disparity

Please join me to complete the Evidence-based quality improvement project to evaluate LGBT health disparity knowledge.
All responses are anonymously gathered. The evaluation takes about 15 -20 minutes of your time.

The Use of Mentoring to Determine Civility and Empowerment with Online Nursing Faculty

Your participation in a research project is requested. The title of the study is The Use of Mentoring to determine civility and empowerment with online nursing

Recruiting Participants for DNP Project: Innovations to Improve the DNP Practice Environment: An Evaluation of the DNP Project Process

My name is Shade’ Reid and I am a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) student with Georgia State University. I am conducting a evidence-based project to identify the gaps

Study review draws needed attention to PTSD in nurses

Nurse authors analyzed 24 articles for the May 5 review in literature published pre-COVID-19. They found PTSD occurs in nurses worldwide. They also identified factors

COVID Misinformation Is Killing People

This article published in Scientific American was shared through Doximity. It's an interesting read addressing both the ethics and policy of how we collectively manage

How Does Language Impact Inter-Professional Collaboration?

Found this article on LinkedIn shared by a nursing colleague. The author is a colleague, Katherine Evans DNP, FNP-C, GNP-BC, ACHPN, FAANP.  See the article HERE