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My Advice to Nurses Everywhere

By Linda Burnes Bolton, RN, DPH, FAAN
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"My advice to nurses everywhere is to participate in professional organizations that are aligned with your passion, your true north.  It is vital that you commit to being and staying prepared to deliver the best nursing has to offer.  

You must adopt lifelong learning, serve as a mentor for others, find mentors for yourself and commit to advancing the work of nursing — human caring.  

All nursing roles, from novice to expert, student to professor, clinical to manager, acute to community, practitioner to scientist, clinical service to public policy, must hold true to our primary work: to be of use to society as health professionals.” 

This article is from workingnurse.com.

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