The phrase “having a lot on your plate” takes on a special brand of irony for LeighAnn Sidone, vice president and chief nursing officer (CNO) at Suburban Hospital in Bethesda, Md., part of the Johns Hopkins Health System Corporation. Early last spring, Sidone was immersed in numerous hospital projects that included obtaining magnet certification fromContinue reading “Alumna Takes Command in the Front-Line Battle Against COVID-19”
In nursing, there is a wide variety of specializations and career paths, and nurses often wear many hats. Charisse Skinner, MS, RN, is a perfect example. Charisse, who earned her BSN from Duquesne University in 2014, works at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC) as a full-time clinical informatics specialist and is an ICU nurse.Continue reading “A Nurse’s Dedication to Improving Health Care”
Bridging the Gap between Social and Distanced Especially because of the restrictions placed on face-to-face meetings, virtual networking — using digital platforms — had become the only way to do so throughout the past year. And, surprisingly, online networking can be quite empowering. It’s safe. You get to enjoy your counterpart’s full visage without aContinue reading “DukesConnect: Bridging the Gap between Social and Distanced”
An Alumni Profile of Brett M. Fadgen, MSN, CFRN, CRNA.
As part of our SANE grant program, enrolled nurse participants have access to various mentoring resources while they obtain their SANE-related practice hours, including Individual Support Sessions. Learn more about these resources from a program participant.