You asked, we listened
This National Nurses Week we bring you a new, interactive digital magazine
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EDITOR'S NOTE: Patrick Sheahan is chief executive officer of OnCourse Learning Corporation, which publishes Nurse.com.
Nurses are near and dear to our hearts at Nurse.com, especially during National Nurses Week. We think about and anticipate your every need while developing content for our blogs, magazines, continuing education modules, newsletters and more.
To better serve you, we have transitioned our magazines into Digital Resource Guides that you can view while on-the-go, at work or at home on all your devices. This change aligns with nurses’ preferences for reading nursing news, since more than 70% of you view our Digital Resource Guides on your mobile phones. This new, easy-to-navigate format allows you to read and interact with the same award-winning content you’ve come to love and expect from Nurse.com for the past 30 years. You will find more than a dozen articles with tips to propel your career growth and new educational opportunities. You also can gain perspective from the thoughts of key nurse leaders and stay up-to-date on the latest nursing trends. In one click, you can easily share an article or entire guide with your colleagues via social media or email. We’ve already covered topics such as evidence-based practice, nursing ethics and how to land a new job in these advertiser-supported Digital Resource Guides. If you haven’t seen them yet, visit Nurse.com/Resource-Guides to take a look. While you’re there check out our special National Nurses Week issue developed to recognize and celebrate you and all nurses nationwide this special week. And in this magazine, you will find an infographic that introduces you to the format and easy navigation tools.
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Along with our format changes, we’re also transitioning some of our key nursing leaders into new roles. Eileen Williamson, MSN, RN, has retired from her full-time role with us as our chief nurse executive at Nurse.com. But we’re happy to say Eileen will continue to write for us and share her insights on the profession in our guides and on Nurse.com/blog. In April, she passed the baton to Robert G. Hess, Jr., PhD, RN, FAAN, who is taking on his new role of chief clinical executive. We remain committed to all our nurse readers and will have nine Digital Resources Guides debuting for this year. Your voices continue to matter! We choose our guide topics based on what you ask for and we’ll continue to listen and participate in that dialogue. As Florence Nightingale said, “… never lose an opportunity of urging a practical beginning, however small, for it is wonderful how often in such matters the mustard seed germinates and roots itself.” Happy National Nurses Week!
Pat
By Patrick Sheahan
CEO and publisher
You can reach her directly to share your good wishes at ewilliamson@oncourselearning.com
Join us in wishing
Eileen Williamson, MSN, RN,
well on her retirement!
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You asked, we listened
We highlight our new digital format for your nursing news.
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Heroes come in many forms
RNs can’t leap tall buildings, but they show heroism in other ways.
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Happy Birthday, Nightingale
We mark the lady with the lamp’s birthday with a special timeline.
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Being a healthy nurse is ethical
Find out why RNs should prioritize staying healthy.
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Nursing schools celebrate
Faculty and students plan special Nurses Week celebrations.
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Step outside of school
For students, interpersonal skills are just as important as academics.
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We celebrate our RNs!
Our nurse leaders tell you how they captured their dream jobs.
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Nursing evolves with education
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Show your pride and passion
GEM winners know how valuable heartfelt recognition is for nurses.
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Here’s how you really feel
Find out what RNs are saying about morale and job satisfaction.
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Take charge of your career
The most satisfied nurses follow a deliberate path to career goals.
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Diversity takes center stage
RNs are improving workforce diversity and cultural competence.
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Unique role is perfect fit
Nurse blogger shares why she became a legal advocate for nurses.
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A walk down memory lane
Read how Nurses Week was born out of decades of advocacy.
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We have the education modules you need to elevate your career.
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