Why do you nurse? Really. Have you thought about it lately? How come you are in nursing and why do you do the job of a nurse? This next interview will have you reflecting on your “why” in your nursing career.
A few take aways from our interview with Ashley include:
- How an experience working during a hurricane in NYC can be the most successful thing you do as a nurse;
- What a nurse journalist means for the profession of nursing;
- And why realizing there is a whole person in front of you as a patient can impact the way you show up in your career!
Ashley Pofit Miller, RN, BSN, PCCN is a graduate nursing student in Denver, CO with 6 years of experience as a registered nurse in telemetry, medical-surgical, cath lab, step-down ICU, and clinical education. She started her nursing career in Albany and Manhattan, NY and she currently works as a float nurse while enrolled in the MSN- Nursing Leadership Program to teach nursing in the clinical and academic setting. You can find out more and connect with Ashley via her website or Facebook page.
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