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SONSIEL: Young Nurses, Listen Up! Innovation brings a brighter future with Rhonda Manns, Registered Nurse and Nurse Innovator

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SONSIEL: Young Nurses, Listen Up! Innovation brings a brighter future with Rhonda Manns, Registered Nurse and Nurse Innovator

October 4, 2022

SONSIEL: Young Nurses, Listen Up! Innovation brings a brighter future with Rhonda Manns, Registered Nurse and Nurse Innovator

Being a nurse means that every day comes with different challenges, patients, and situations.

This week’s guest on the SONSIEL Podcast is Rhonda Manns, a registered nurse, and nurse innovator who’s practiced for thirteen years. She talks about finding your true passion in nursing, detailing her graduation amid an economic crisis and her onboarding process as a patient rehab nurse, all the way to where she’s at today. She discusses with Hiyam ways in which it is possible to get the word out and educate the young about nursing. She explains what being an innovator means to her and how SONSIEL has opened many different pathways for her to keep growing as one.

Tune in to this episode to hear about Rhonda’s take on nursing and why she’s hopeful about its future!

Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health

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