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Why conversations about nurse leadership need to start earlier

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Why conversations about nurse leadership need to start earlier

Our guest for this episode has some strong opinions on nursing education and nurse leadership, and how we can evolve both of those areas.  became a pediatric nurse in 2007,…
November 5, 2020

Why conversations about nurse leadership need to start earlier

Our guest for this episode has some strong opinions on nursing education and nurse leadership, and how we can evolve both of those areas. 

Jannah Amiel became a pediatric nurse in 2007, but quickly realized that her passion was in teaching after seeing that the traditional nursing school model wasn’t setting up many students for success. After working in academia for several years, she ultimately launched TootRN, a one-to-one tutoring program that prepares nursing students for their NCLEX. She’s also a nursing Content Manager at Osmosis, where develops content that’s custom tailored to Nursing students. 

In her conversation with Dr. Nurse Dan, Jannah shares her thoughts on what she thinks is working in nursing education and where she thinks we need improvement. She also talks about why our thinking about nurse leaders is antiquated and causes us to miss out on promising talent and why conversations with nurses about leadership need to start much earlier in their career. 

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The full transcript for this episode can be found here: https://www.trustedhealth.com/the-handoff-podcast/jannah-amiel

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