Empowering Nurses at the Bedside and in Business

Archive: Mar 2023

Nurses On Boards

  Only 5% of board members for America’s healthcare systems are nurses. This is shocking and terrible, given that nurses are the biggest group of professionals working in hospitals. At Palo Pinto General Hospital in Mineral Wells, Texas, near Fort Worth, two of the seven board members are nurses. This is extremely rare. Nurses have so much to offer at […]

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Radonda Vaught In The News Again

I have noted in past reports about the matter of RaDonda Vaught and once again her situation is making news again. You recall that Ms. Vaught was serving as a help a nurse at Vanderbilt University Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee when she was called to give a patient experiencing anxiety about going into an MRI machine a dose of Versed. […]

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Involuntary Manslaughter: Another Nurse Thrown Under The Bus!

Another nurse has been “fed to the wolves” by her employer. And now she’s in the cross hairs of the criminal justice system.  Aminata Fofana, RN, pled guilty to a charge of involuntary manslaughter in the death of 72-year-old patient Paul Mallory of Columbus, Ohio.  Mr. Mallory was in a nursing home following several strokes and an aneurysm.  He was […]

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Unable To Find A Nursing Job?

  Recently, Katie Duke stated no hospitals have hired her. If you don’t know of Katie, she was on a popular reality TV show called NY Med. She was fired from the hospital where she was working because she posted a picture on social media of a room where the life of a trauma patient had been saved following a […]

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