So many interesting nursing parallels between myself and this next guest. How fun to connect with a nurse from across the country… only to find you have so much in common. Well, I guess that just shows you that connections do create community.
A few take aways from our interview with Sana include:
- How paying attention to the “through line” in everything you do will keep you grounded;
- Why a mom who was an OBGYN shaped this nurse’s career;
- And what creating community can do for your nursing career enjoyment!
Sana Goldberg, RN, BSN is a nurse, and founder of Nightingale a movement of story, art, and activism for health equity. With a background in neuroscience and the humanities from Reed, she has published internationally on brain development and the neural underpinnings of addiction and reward. She is a TEDx Harvard speaker (’16), a writer, and a psychiatric nurse specializing in trauma-informed care. Currently living in Portland, OR, she is helping open Unity Center. Her work can be found in European Journal of Neuroscience, Nature, Neuropharmacology, and Nurse Times. You can connect with and find out more via Sana’s website, Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
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