Nurse Leaders Attributes I Want to Emulate and Why
Have you ever heard some say that nurses are natural-born leaders?
Then, of course, the complete opposite is how did this nurse ever get chosen to be a nurse leader. Throughout my nursing career, there have been many different types of leaders I have worked with. Some leaders stand out more than others. I have often pondered, is this a born trait, or can it be learned? What can I do to be a better leader?Read More
Robin's Nest President's Column - January 2020
Expand Your Boundaries of Influence
On occasion I have wondered whether my role as a nurse has had much of an impact. I realize that caring for a patient is important to the patient and their family, but I felt like I needed to have a larger, more encompassing impact. This was actually one of the reasons I went into education and why I began my service as a volunteer with AMSN.Read More
PREPARED STATEMENT OF DR. LINDA YODER, PhD, MBA, RN, AOCN, FAAN ACADEMY OF MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSES IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT BEFORE THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND MEDICINE FUTURE OF NURSING 2020-2030 INAUGURAL PUBLIC PANEL WASHINGTON, DC ==== Co-chair Doctors Wakefield and Williams, members of the panel, colleagues:Read More