Do What You Love as a Nurse: EPS 035

by | Mar 23, 2016 | 0 comments

Our next guest is a true testament for following one’s heart and doing what works for them. In fact, this has helped this nurse grow so much as a professional that her career tends to be all about what she enjoys.

A few take aways from our interview with Andrea:

  • How being in the moment is the first step to career enjoyment;
  • What taking risks and leaps of faith has done for her career growth;
  • And why taking advice may not always be a good thing!

Andrea Paquette Joins the #YourNextShift Podcast with Elizabeth ScalaAndrea Paquette, APRN, PNP­BC, HNP­BC, PMHS­BC has been a pediatric nurse practitioner for over 25 years. She has worked in various healthcare settings to facilitate her own learning and growth. After obtaining her certification as a holistic nurse practitioner, she started a private practice specializing in pediatric mental health. She also teaches a self-development program for children and adults. You can find out more and contact Andrea on either her website (choicescounseling­ or blog.


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