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Celebrating MLK Day

Ways to Serve Your Community this MLK Day Martin Luther King Jr.  served his community and gives inspiration for us to do the same. Nurse’s build their careers on the basis of serving others. Whether you are working or observing the holiday, some way to serve others, honor the legacy of MLK Jr and follow […]

Celebrating Nursing-Ranked Most Ethical Profession!

Share Your Nursing Experience – YON 2020

World Aids Day

Today is World Aids Day, as nurses, it’s great time to acknowledge our crucial role and impact in increasing awareness of HIV. US Dept of Health and Human Services World Aids Awareness video

WHO Confirms 2020 as International Year of Nurse and Midwife

The first ever international year of the nurse and midwife will be held in 2020, it has been confirmed, providing a “once in a generation opportunity” to showcase the professions. Nations of the world will unite in celebration of the benefits that nursing and midwifery staff bring to the health of the global population and […]

November Celebrates

November is National Family Caregivers Month and National Hospice Palliative Care Month. A good time to give recognition to all of the hard workers who are caring for those who need it the most.

Celebrating Nurse Practitioners Week

Happy NP’s week. November 10–16th.”This special week offers numerous opportunities to bring recognition to the NP role and increase awareness of the exceptional care that Nurse Practitioners provide.”

Follow us on Twitter!

Do you remember when you joined Twitter? We do! We have been tweeting for 6 years! #MyTwitterAnniversary Follow us on Twitter! @GreatClevNurse https://twitter.com/GreatClevNurse?s=09

Celebrating Nursing Professional Development Week-September 15-21, 2019

September 15-21, 2019 is Nursing Professional Development Week. A time to “recognize the work done by nursing professional[s].” This week is a time to thank your staff/colleagues, celebrate your achievements and assist others in their professional nursing professional development.

In Remembrance of 9/11

On the anniversary of this historic day in our nation, we honor all that were affected by the tragedies on September 11, 2001. Nearly 3,000 lives were lost, 18 years ago, today, with a chilling total of 11 of the fatalities being nurses. Please take a moment of silence, participate in a random act of […]