Helping Nurses Take Hold of Their Careers

 

 

 

Dr Janice Waddell RN, BScN, MA, PhD

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Janice: Do you have a mentor, a person in your career you admire? Do you on reflect on good days, and what happened that resonated with your values? Similarily on bad days, what value of yours did not play out, and is that something that is situational or is it something you can change? What is important to you and is it happening? Who is there in your world to support you?

Rob: How long have you been a nurse (or when you will you become a nurse) and where do you see yourself in 2, 5, and 10 years?

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2 Responses to “Helping Nurses Take Hold of Their Careers”

  1. Arifin Dwi Atmaja
    February 12, 2009 at 5:25 am #

    It's a good idea. Why we can do it, because any culture, social and any people in interaction with difference background.
    Especially about education , can You give me suggest or solution to do it ? Thanks Regard.

  2. Jeff
    June 5, 2009 at 12:50 pm #

    In the travel nursing industry I work in we see young nurses quite a bit who are looking for a change in their career. I think this kind of counseling could be very helpful to those new nurses out there, even once they have graduated. Thanks for posting this video.

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