Wednesday, February 5, 2014

New Nurse Success Tip, Standing at the Crossroads of your Career, Renee Thompson, DNP, RN, CMSRN, @RTConnections, #Nurseup

New Nurse Success Tip: Standing at the Crossroads of your Career:"When nurses graduate from nursing school, unbeknownst to them, they are standing at a crosswalk. Some nurses will go left and some will go right. This decision will determine how successful, happy and satisfied they are with their decision to become a nurse. This decision will determine if they will become successful and thrive or unsuccessful and burn out."

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Renee Thompson, DNP, RN, CMSRN @RTConnections, Conference Keynote Speaker, Bullying Expert, Nursing Consultant, Nurse Educator:"At RTConnections, I educate, connect and inspire current and future nurses. I started this company because I really believe that patients deserve to be cared for by competent, compassionate nurses and that nurses deserve to believe they make a difference. To make that happen I offer keynote presentations that help nurses take ownership of their practice; seminars and workshops to improve clinical and professional practice; and consulting to help organizations create nurturing and supportive work environments for employees and the patients they serve. My area of expertise is in professional development, nurse-to-nurse bullying, communication/collaboration, team building and academic service partnerships."
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