Be Sure to Grow and Develop as a Nurse
Have you ever felt stuck or stagnate during your nursing career? Well, no more of that, nurses! This next guest reminds us to always keep growing. You too can continue to develop professionally and personally as a nurse.
A few take aways from our interview with Gloria E. Barrera, MSN, RN, PEL-CSN include:
- How mindfulness can help a nurse stay productive;
- What community service means for a professional nurse;
- And why following your passion is maybe the most important thing to do in nursing!
Gloria E. Barrera, MSN, RN, PEL-CSN is a public health nurse, specialized in school nursing. She currently works as a certified school nurse at a public high school outside of Chicago. She is also an Adjunct Professor of Nursing at several universities, most notably DePaul University and her alma mater Saint Xavier University. Gloria serves on the Board of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses-Illinois Chapter and will be taking office as President Elect of the Illinois Association of School Nurses. She is also an active member of ANHE and ANA-Illinois. Her leadership and service has been recognized by several organizations. Gloria’s passion is public health nursing and she is committed to continuing her efforts to improve child health outcomes in our most vulnerable populations through her practice and teaching. You can connect with Gloria LinkedIn.
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