Empowering Nurses at the Bedside and in Business

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Love Nursing but are Frustrated with Your Nursing Career?

What if you had the tools to create a career where everyday you went to work feeling fulfilled, energized, and most of all empowered ?

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Explore empowering tools and resources below for Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Business Owners and Legal Nurse Consultants.

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Nurses

Watch these messages from Lorie Brown, Nurse Attorney and founder of Empowered Nurses, on how to empower your nursing career or create a profitable and enjoyable business.

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Nurse Practitioners

Watch this message and take advantage of these resources from Lorie Brown, Nurse Attorney and founder of Empowered Nurses on how to create a flourishing private practice.

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A message from our founder, Lorie A. Brown

Who are Empowered Nurses? This community is made up of nurses who are sick and tired of the status quo. We want to make a difference in the lives of our patients and we want to have a meaningful and fulfilling career without fear of reprisal.

It’s time to get the tools and resources you need to:

  • Thrive in your workplace
  • Feel confident in your skills
  • Be unafraid to speak you mind
  • Make the income you deserve
  • Have time for yourself and your family

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Latest Articles

Stress And Preventable Medical Errors

A recent Ohio University study revealed a correlation between stress and medical errors.  Even before the pandemic, in a study of critical care nurses nationwide, 40% reported depressive symptoms, more than 50% experienced anxiety and over 60% rated their physical health as low. This is so sad that we have such a number of depressed, anxious, and unhealthy nurses in […]

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Do You Feel Like An Imposter?

Even after being an attorney for 30 years and having my own business for the past 21 years, sometimes I still feel like an imposter. Imposter Syndrome is “a psychological pattern in which an individual doubts their skills, talents or accomplishments and have a persistent internalized fear of being exposed as a fraud.” In our society, people look at professionals […]

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