How Does Being a Disruptive Nurse Support the Profession of Nursing?
Nurses, it is time to shake things up! That’s right. If you have been feeling stuck, stagnant, or just plain blocked by your nursing career- fear no more. This next guest will have you asking questions which lead to “yes” of possibility.
A few take aways from our interview with Dan Weberg, RN, PhD, MHI include:
- How taking risks can give you a sense of security;
- What conspiring with other disruptive professionals can do for your nursing career;
- And why the thought of working in a cubicle could make you become a nurse!
Dan Weberg, RN, PhD, MHI is an experienced and disruptive nursing and healthcare innovation leader with experience across large integrated health systems, academia, and hospital based education. Dan recently published a book called Leadership for Evidence Based Innovation in Nursing and Health Professions with Tim Porter O’Grady, Sandra Davidson, and Kathy Malloch which provides a roadmap for leading healthcare change in any setting.
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