Nursing Trends to Watch in 2021

First off, take the 2020 nursing trends article we wrote back in January of 2020, and throw it in the shredder. Whew, no one saw 2020 coming, and hopefully we’re soon to see it leaving. But there are some trends for 2021 and onwards that we see bubbling up from American Nurse Today, American Nurse […]

Moments of Joy, and Hope, from a Challenging Year

In what has been a year unlike any other, we are reminded of the importance of taking time to celebrate hopeful moments of joy. We’ve seen just how much frontline healthcare workers are putting on the line to provide safe, compassionate care during this pandemic. We have gathered photos from dear customers across the country […]

Utilizing the Pathway Framework to Thrive During the COVID Crisis

This is an executive summary of a session from the ANCC Virtual Summit 2020, “Thriving in Crisis: Utilizing the Pathway Framework.” This summary focuses on the excerpt delivered by Patience Harris, BSN, RN, Sr. Pathway Specialist at the American Nurses Association. 2020 has been a strenuous year on the healthcare system. Nurses especially have felt […]

What Your Nurses Didn’t Learn in Nursing School

For nurses, especially those who are new to peer leadership positions, “soft skills” are important in career development. Being the best clinical and bedside nurse may mean little if other nurses are not buying into a new leader’s vision. “Soft skill” development is vital for new Charge RNs, and these skills can quickly help set […]