Articles for Tag: "nurse"

 “Si no ve a las personas que se parecen a usted desempeñando un rol, es difícil imaginarse allí”. 
 “Si no ve a las personas que se parecen a usted desempeñando un rol, es difícil imaginarse allí”.
Esta inmigrante mexicana-estadounidense de primera generación ve a la enfermería como una forma de arte y está allanando el camino para otros enfermeros hispanos.
Desde ocultar su herencia hasta liderar con ella 
Desde ocultar su herencia hasta liderar con ella
Las experiencias de Yvonne Renick en la niñez la ayudan a empatía con los pacientes.
From hiding her heritage to leading with it 
From hiding her heritage to leading with it
Yvonne Renick’s childhood experiences help her empathize with patients.
‘My biggest joy is when a patient wakes up and I get to call their name and have them open their eyes.’ 
‘My biggest joy is when a patient wakes up and I get to call their name and have them open their eyes.’
Sam Cannon explains how being a certified registered nurse anesthetist is a lot like being a pilot.
 ’If you don’t see people who look like you in a role it’s hard to picture yourself there.’ 
 ’If you don’t see people who look like you in a role it’s hard to picture yourself there.’
  This first-generation Mexican American immigrant sees nursing as an art form and is paving the way for other Hispanic nurses.
‘I used to think I needed to be quiet. Today, I proudly discuss my career.’ 
‘I used to think I needed to be quiet. Today, I proudly discuss my career.’
An emergency room nurse shares how she provides compassionate care while preserving dignity and reducing trauma.
‘I’m accepting myself and helping others feel like they can be themselves.’ 
‘I’m accepting myself and helping others feel like they can be themselves.’
Christian Lilliebridge provides a haven for LGBTQ+ kids.