The babies I held in arms this week brought me back to the times with my own sweet children. Then, it struck me: the parallel between the infant child and the newbie nurse. Both have a sense of the world around and can behave in certain specific ways, to live authentically.
Nightingale’s words remind me of our healthcare clinicians who still battle the pandemic. As one who worked at the bedside for decades, I can only imagine the difficulty. God bless them!
Hurrah, summer is here and the COVID crud has (mostly) lifted! Here’s hoping this finds you well and getting out more? It’s so nice to be able to see people’s faces, especially their SMILES.
I am honored to share the news that I was selected by my friend, Joe Tye (The Values Coach)as one of 100 healthcare thought leaders to contribute to his latest eBook, called Stay Strong For Us. It’s a FREE download
As a person whose skin is light, I’ve been hesitant to write an article about the subject of Black History, lest I am perceived as pretending to know more than I do about the subject. Now, with due humility, I’d like to remedy that and acknowledge the importance, give recognition, and thank those black nurses from history, who blazed a trail for us all by standing up for themselves and ennobling our profession. Here is a short list of some of the most notable, professionally trained, licensed black nurse leaders I found: