Travel Often to Enjoy Your Nursing Practice: EPS 158

by | Aug 15, 2018 | 2 comments

Travel Often to Enjoy Your Nursing Practice

If you have ever felt like a robot, just clicking and picking away at the computer, have no fear! This next guest is all about balancing the science with the art of nursing. In order to re-energize with that joy for professional practice, tune in to hear about how to have more heart within your nursing care.

A few take aways from our interview with Sara Choi, RN BSN CEN HN NC include:
  • How being a nurse isn’t only about providing exceptional care;
  • What traveling can do to boost your nursing energy;
  • And why practicing prayer and/or meditation can ground you as a professional nurse!

Sara Choi, RN BSN CEN HN NC is a registered nurse with 13 years of experience in emergency, trauma, and holistic nursing. Sara received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from The University of Texas and completed her Post-Baccalaureate Certification in Holistic Nursing at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in NYC.  Sara is a Certified Integrative Health and Wellness Nurse Coach through the International Nurse Coach Association, accredited by American Holistic Nurses’ Association. To find out more and connect with Sara, visit her website, Instagram, LinkedIn or Facebook.

 

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Thank you, Elizabeth Scala, host of the ‘Your Next Shift’ podcast!

2 Comments

  1. Judy Warford

    Great interview and the first of the 158 but won’t be the last .Thanks for sharing Jennifer T

    Reply
  2. Donna Cetroni

    You go, Sara. Prayer and Travel. Right on, my dear friend❤️Elizabeth, thank you for loving and lifting nurses.

    Reply

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