Even tho I am a wee bit biased 🙂 it is a good book!
Pick out your National Nurses Day gift yet?
I want a Google Doodle, and I need your help.
I’ve started a petition where you can sign to say that you agree, nurses are innovative and creative and exciting and hardworking and deserve their very own, very first Google Doodle on May 6th, National Nurses Day. Sign away.
I’ll be e-mailing the Google Doodle Team every day until May 6th to tell them why we need this tribute, and to introduce them to living, American nurse innovators. I’ll post the stories here; send your ideas for innovators of all types, ages, specialties to 12hourRN@gmail.com, and tell your friends via #RNgoogledoodle. We’ve got 30 days. If you’ve been born, you’ve been touched by a nurse, and you should sign.
Why do I think this is important? Because too many people don’t have a clue what nurses do every minute of every…
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Amanda Anderson, a blogger for HealthCetera, has started a campaign asking Google to devote a Google Doodle to honor National Nurses Day on May 6th. I personally enjoy the doodles. I have Google as my home page so I see them every day when I sign on to my computer. Some doodles are interactive such … Continue reading 20 Reasons Nursing Deserves a Google Doodle
Everyone who plays or has played a sport knows the importance of the follow through. In basketball, it is known as the shooters touch and is the difference in a brick and a shot that bounces off the rim and spins back into the hoop. In tennis the follow through is the difference in a … Continue reading Nursing’s Follow Through