July 24, 2008
New York Times Calling All Nurses!
Wild, loud thunderstorms hit the area pretty badly last night, right when I was on the computer answering a few emails from patients with dystonia. They seem to write at all hours of the night, desperate for answers and a cure. I thought my computer would blow out as well as me. I had fears of being struck by lightening because of my freaky DBS wires acting as antennas!
The New York Times is searching for nurses to feature in a November issue focusing on nursing leadership, compassion, attentiveness, and contribution to society. Four winners — three practicing nurses and one nurse educator — will be chosen from a group of candidates nominated by patients, their families, students, colleagues, and medical organizations. Winners will be featured in the New York Times Magazine in November 2008. Deadline for submissions: August 1, 2008.
To make a nomination , simply click here and begin writing about that special nurse and/or nurse educator today.
Dr.Neighbors has taught nursing at the University of Arkansas for over 35 years. She embodies professionalism and she has never lost her enthusiasm for nursing. She teaches community health nursing and is consistently rated by students as a favorite instructor. The evaluations consistently mention her passion for nursing, her caring for students, and her ability to inspire others. She has written and edited textbooks and is a co-organizer of an annual conference for school nurses that is attended by school nurses from around the stete. She is generous with her colleagues and either formally or informally mentors new faculty and serves as a role model of teaching excellence. She is very deserving of this honor.
Instructor, University of Arkansas Eleanor Mann School of Nursing
Posted by: Marianne Neighbors | Aug 2, 2008 4:25:49 PM
Dear Sir /Madam
I am sorry about the difference in time with your country and India ,with us today is the 1st of August 2008 . Well will I be given an opportunity for the selection of this program? Please go through my comments as follows
Self is a graduate in BSE Nursing ,32years old, married, with one child . I was a tutor for nursing and presently pursuing my further studies with MSE nursing. During my leisure time. Self and my husband with a few religious people Pastor, Priest other denomination have started a center with an environment of nature and garden at our home garden .
In the interest of humanity. Our main motto is to break news to the incurable sick patients and there family members, in a most comfortable manner. With the assistants of natural environment. And in spiritual requirements of the individual. & their next steps for eternal life And also training & educating people about the trauma /shock off loosing their dear ones .The families experience during the situation.
To make the patient & relatives understand, health problem & also implement to educate family members regarding certain diseases for eg about HIV, Tuberculosis, Cancer, Hepatitis etc . To give health education & to encourage them to apply knowledge in life style & prevent life threating situation. Then follow the steps of nursing process as assessment planning implementation and evaluation to recover the patient from shock & health facilities.
Warm Regards ……..Mona N Rodgers
Posted by: Mona N Rodgers | Aug 2, 2008 5:12:21 AM
That you have to suggest to the Editor of the NY Times. I'm not the one behind the Nominations or Tribute magazine. Only informing readers about the Tribute.
Posted by: Beka | Jul 28, 2008 5:58:10 PM
Why not entertain adding another catagory to your recognition of nurses....volunteer nurses?
Posted by: Jane Harris | Jul 27, 2008 4:05:22 PM
Nominate your Favorite Nurse - Nurse Educator Today.
Posted by: beka | Jul 27, 2008 8:18:02 AM
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