Posts Tagged ‘nurse blogger’

Something old, Something new

Hey there community, I’ve been wanting to attempt something new here at Innovative Nurse and leap ahead with my social media platforms. Now, this isn’t necessarily cutting edge stuff or anything, but I’m always trying to tweak things a bit to see what works. So, in an attempt to create more content, I am doing…

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Nurses associations, my very own arcade claw machine

It seems that there isn’t any shortage of things to write about here at Innovative Nurse when it comes to fellow nurse Amanda Trujillo. Search Twitter for #NurseUp, and all of the amazing nurse bloggers out there (links below), that have kept you somewhat up to speed on the case of Amanda. So, I was on…

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The power of social media #NurseUp

If you’ve been following Innovative Nurse, and the other nurse bloggers and innovators out there, then you’ve probably gotten a dose of how powerful social media can be. Just a few short days ago, I heard about Amanda Trujillo’s story and decided to plant my feet firmly on the ground, my fingers firmly on my…

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The road less traveled

If you heard my “how I got here” on RN.FM Radio, then I’ll go ahead and build on a subject that may have you question about whether I’m a “real nurse” or not. If you didn’t listen in the other night, what are you waiting for? Get over there and check out the show. I…

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Hey 2012, this is only the beginning

Hands down 2012 is going to be a big year around here. According to Wikipedia, and one of the things I find most intriguing is (paraphrased): The United Nations General Assembly has declared 2012 as the International Year of Cooperatives, highlighting the contribution of cooperatives to socio-economic development, in particular recognizing their impact on poverty reduction, employment generation and social integration. A…

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