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Advancing Culturally Competent Care
March 27, 2018

Throughout his 30-year career in healthcare, Paul S. Hayes has provided the nursing community with leadership through a variety of projects focused on inclusion and community engagement. Recently named one of the Puget Sound Business Journal “Outstanding Voices” for his work with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) communities, Paul has played an influential role in the enhancement of healthcare policies and programs for some of the most vulnerable communities, while focusing on providing care for all in an environment that fosters innovation and compassion.

Nurses Leading Innovation
March 15, 2018

While working as an organ procurement coordinator and and pursuing his Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP), Adam K. Schneider was inspired to help his team reach a higher standard of care and education around maintaining donated lungs.

Getting Real: Nursing Today
February 27, 2017

During his three-decade career as a nurse, Eric J. Williams, DNP, RN, CNE, has often been the first male or African-American to hold his position, including in his current roles as the first male president of the National Black Nurses Association (NBNA).

Getting Real: Nursing Today
June 28, 2016

“The term ‘male nurse’ immediately separates me from the rest of nursing,” said Chris Stallard, MSN, RN, FNP-C, COHC. “Whether it is meant in a positive or negative way, it sets me apart from every other nurse and makes me feel not quite 100 percent nurse.”

Getting Real: Nursing Today
June 28, 2016

Finding your way from college into your first job as a nurse can be confusing. We asked recent nursing school graduate, Ryan Bannan, RN, to share his tips for ensuring a smooth transition. Bannan is the immediate past president of the National Student Nurses' Association (NSNA) and a New Grad Residency Program for the Intensive Care Unit at DeKalb Medical Center in Atlanta, Ga.

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