Nursing, A Career That Opens Doors: EPS 123

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Nursing, A Career That Opens Doors

Nurses, if you are feeling like a failure in some aspect of your nursing career you are on the path to success. That’s right- the first step to making any change is the awareness that you want or need something different. Just because you may feel like you are struggling now does not mean that you are a bad nurse. And this next interview will illustrate all of the ways that tapping into your unique strengths and gifts can make you the very best nurse.

A few take aways from our interview with Linda Scruggs RN, BSN include:
  • How nursing will always be there for you… no matter what job you find yourself in;
  • What not being super skilled in the physical aspects can teach you about your nursing career;
  • And why leaving the bedside may help you actually reach MORE of your patient population!

Linda Scruggs joins the #yournextshift #podcastLinda Scruggs RN, BSN specializes in reproductive medicine and maternal health. She created and manages an e-learning program for one of the top fertility centers in the country.  Her passion is focused on improving patient empowerment and experience, and our evolving digital landscape. As a content creator, Linda’s writing can be found on her own parenting life/family health blog and the Huffington Post to name a few. Connect with Linda via Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, or via her website.

 

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

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