Do the Work to Do Your Best
Have you ever felt afraid that what you are doing will be judged by others? Nurses, it’s time to put that self-doubt away and step into your confidence as a unique individual! This next guest reminds us to be present and enjoy the work that we do.
A few take aways from our interview with Michelle McGrorey, BSN, RN, OCN, HTCP, CA, HMIP include:
- How following your passion can lead you to the nursing role of your dreams;
- What you can do for self-care during the day that doesn’t take any time at all;
- And why focusing solely on the work can ease the self-doubt that may creep in!
Michelle McGrorey, BSN, RN, OCN, HTCP, CA, HMIP has been a member of AHNA since 2016. Michelle has helped shape University Medical Center of Southern Nevada`s Tranquility Program through her love and passion for holistic nursing. She and her colleague have been recognized and featured in the Las Vegas Review Journal, the Nevada Nurses Association`s Publication, RNFormation, the Healing Touch Community Newsletter, and is the co-author of RNFormation`s article Holistic Nurses of Nevada, as well as Energy Magazine`s article, Hoax, Healing, or Hooey? Currently living in Las Vegas, Nevada, Michelle is one of two integrative therapies nurses at the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada where she provides holistic modalities to patients and staff on all the hospital`s units. You can find out more and connect with Michelle via Facebook.
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