Nursing Career Success Comes from Failure
Nurses, have you ever noticed the interrelation of it all? For example, what is best for you must also be best for the patient. This next episode is going to show you all about how the polar opposites are often the exact same thing.
A few take aways from our interview with Jimmy E. Durham, RN-BC include:
- How yes and no are actually the exact same word;
- What you can learn at a nursing conference that has nothing to do with your job;
- And why being personally accountable for your own actions leads to nursing career success!
Jimmy E. Durham, RN-BC is a RN and writer from Oxford, MS. He is board certified in Ambulatory Care Nursing. In 2014-15, Jimmy served with 24 other nurses from the US on the American Nurses Association Professional Issues Panel steering committee tasked with writing the ANA’s first official position statement on incivility, bullying, and violence in nursing. You can find out more and connect with Jimmy via his website, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, or Instagram.
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