Category Archives for "Nursing Success Stories"

Oct 07

Kimberly R. Ward-New Book Release

By Tina | Nursing Success Stories

Today’s post is an interview I did with new author Kimberly Raquei Ward BSN RN, who just released her first book. I met Kimberly last year online when I offered free coaching to nurses on my email list. She jumped right in and got busy with what she wanted to do and that was write a book for new nurses graduating from nursing school. Here we are 9 months later and she’s accomplished what she set out to do. I’m very proud of her and want you to get to know her.

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Aug 03

Interview With Fitness Nurse – Lori Radcliffe

By Tina | Nursing Success Stories

Lori Radcliffe RN is the founder of Fitness Nurse Consultantand I had the pleasure of asking her about this alternative nursing career. She has combined her background in fitness with her nursing expertise into one extraordinary career and signature programs for nurses who want to do the same. She is the perfect example of how any nurse can take a passion and turn it into a thriving and successful business. Be sure to read to the end to learn more about the programs she offers to nurses.

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Jun 28

A Nurses’ Guide To Home Health Care

By Tina | Nursing Success Stories

Guest post – I am Averel Carby, registered nurse and founder of All Health Academy (AHA) an education and resource portal for members of the home healthcare nursing community. My background includes acute Rehabilitation, recovery room (PACU), and oncology. Other areas of  expertise in my nursing career are nurse care coordinator, and home healthcare nursing, the latter for fifteen years.

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Jun 09

Public Health Nursing

By Tina | Nursing Success Stories

Public Health Nursing is defined according to Discover Nursing.com as nursing which “works within the community to improve the overall health of the area.” Generally public health can happen anytime, anywhere. From my experience public health nursing is defined by three characteristics; flexibility, creativity, and compassion.

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