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Nurse Inventor Advocates for Leadership and Innovation to Improve Patient Outcomes
Nurse Inventor Advocates for Leadership and Innovation to Improve Patient Outcomes

As the first nurse to be selected as an AAAS-Lemelson Invention Ambassador, Rachel Walker, PhD, RN, is intimately familiar with nurse-driven innovation. We recently spoke with Dr. Walker to learn more about her nursing journey and her thoughts on nurses as leaders, mentors, and inventors. 

Nurse Inventor Advocates for Leadership and Innovation to Improve Patient Outcomes

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Getting Real: Nursing Today
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