Learning in Nursing Leads to Success
Have you ever made a mistake as a nurse? How about saying to yourself and your colleagues that you would never go back for more formal education? This next guest reminds us that continued learning and incorporating something new from that knowledge are key ingredients to a successful nursing career.
A few take aways from our interview with Janelle King, MPH, BSN, RN include:
- How staying calm during crisis can push you towards a nursing career;
- What giving the wrong medication can do for your future work focus;
- And why road races, comfortable shoes and experienced mentors are the key to nursing success!
Janelle King, MPH, BSN, RN is a Registered Nurse with a master’s degree in Public Health. During her nursing career she has worked extensively in reproductive and sexual health. Her current position in College Health provides her with the opportunity to care and educate young adults. In her spare time, you can find writing about sexual and reproductive health on her blog the nurse note. You can find out more and connect with Janelle via her website, Instagram, Twitter or Facebook.
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