United States of Nursing

Diversity Teaches Diversity

Teaching the next generation has always been a noble pursuit. At the University of Arizona College of Nursing, Timian Godfrey, DNP, MSN,...
United States of Nursing | 10/11/22

Nursing Through Philanthropy

The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing is lucky to have so many amazing alumni around the country that continue to stay involved in...
United States of Nursing | 10/11/22

You Can’t Beat Experience

Alex Rike is finding his rhythm. Exactly a year into his job as an emergency department nurse at the University of North Carolina Health...
United States of Nursing | 10/08/22

Extra-Special Delivery

Tatiana Gallego was born to work at St. Joseph’s University Medical Center in Paterson, NJ. It’s where she came into this world, one...
United States of Nursing | 10/08/22

An Engineer’s Approach to Nursing

It was the middle of the night on the Vanderbilt University Medical Center burn unit in Nashville when a patient bed went on the fritz....
United States of Nursing | 10/07/22

A Platform of Health Care

Sara Russell Rodriguez, MSN, MPH, RN, has seen far beyond Wisconsin, and she says she’s determined to turn that vision into better health...
United States of Nursing | 10/07/22

Palliative Care: The Time for the Talk

For Lyndsay DeGroot, the ICU wasn’t a calling as it is for many nurses. Rather, it was an epiphany. “My aunt died of sepsis very...
United States of Nursing | 10/07/22

A Back-to-Basics Approach

It wasn’t a crisis; not an emergency. Scott Newton, DNP, MHA, RN, handles those in his sleep. After three full decades in nursing, as a...
United States of Nursing | 10/07/22

The Knowledge to Embrace Life

All of us will die one day. Nothing can change that outcome. So, let’s talk about it, normalize it, and when that time comes, learn to...
United States of Nursing | 10/07/22