Lack of Mentoring for Nurses Means Lower Wages

  The dictionary defines mentoring as:  “To serve as a trusted counselor or teacher, especially in occupational settings”.  Most of us can name one if not several people who have helped us become the nurses we are today. Those who have influenced us may have worked with us directly, or simply been a model we […]

MLK’s Dream and the Healthcare Reform Nightmare

April 4, 2011 marks the 43rd Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s death. A good way to honor his dream is by taking a few moments to remember his tireless, nonviolent protests for civil rights. Today we understand that the civil rights movement needs to continue every day in order to carry on MLK’s work […]