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Michelle Marg
Chief Nursing Officer

The Importance of Finding a Nurse Mentor

Posted April 15, 2019
Do you have a nurse mentor? If not, it is time to consider looking for one. Finding a mentor as a new nurse is one of the most important steps [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
Chief Nursing Officer

Ready to Resign from Your Job?

Posted February 18, 2019
The question of whether to resign or not is a tough decision to make.There is so much to consider. You have to evaluate all the pros and cons of staying [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
Chief Nursing Officer

Dangers of Social Media for Nurses…

Posted December 17, 2018
The danger of social media for nurses is a real thing! Social media is becoming an increasingly common part of our daily lives. We use it without even thinking! Nurses [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
Chief Nursing Officer

Nurse Guide to Effective Communication

Posted September 21, 2016
Communication is the key to success in the healthcare field. A nurse can’t do their job right if the hospital or doctor doesn’t communicate with them, and vice versa. A [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
Chief Nursing Officer

Compression Socks: Why All Nurses Should Wear Them

Posted July 20, 2016
The patient is the number one concern of the healthcare system, but a close second should be the nurse’s health. If a nurse is unable to perform their duties to [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
Chief Nursing Officer

Advice to a New Nurse – Things I Wish I Knew

Posted May 24, 2016
We’ve all been there, fresh out of nursing school with big hopes and dreams for the future. We’re ready to make a difference in people’s lives. Then reality sets in [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
Chief Nursing Officer

Night Shift: How to Prepare Yourself

Posted March 13, 2016
The night shift can be difficult for a nurse. They must both work when many others are sleeping and fight the body’s natural urge to sleep during the night. A [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
Chief Nursing Officer

5 Things That Don’t Faze Nurses Anymore

Posted March 8, 2016
Remember back to a time when you weren’t a nurse. Now think of how you felt about doctors and hospitals. I’m sure many would say they were scared or at [...] Read More
Michelle Marg
Chief Nursing Officer

Good Communication Skills Create Greater Happiness

Posted January 5, 2016
Communication is important not only at home but also at work. If you don’t tell people want you want, it’s hard to complain when you don’t get what you wanted.  [...] Read More

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