Education - the Powerful Key to Taking on a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

By Shari Bates, BSN, RN, OCN, CCM, VMS BioMarketing Clinical Nurse Educator

The healthcare journey can be one full of uncertainty and vulnerability for a patient. As an oncology nurse specializing in breast cancer, I have witnessed these struggles...

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Helping Your Patient Set Goals

By Teresita Buenrostro, RD, CDE
VMS BioMarketing Clinical Educator

As Clinical Educators who work in the healthcare field, we are in the ideal position to talk with our patients about setting healthy goals at any time of the year. However, many people are...

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Nursing — why it is the most trusted profession for 16 years running

By Lori Gudat, RN, MSN, CDE, NP-C
Nursing is counted as one of the most trusted professions. It comes in ahead of 21 other professions on honesty and ethical standards, with the latest Gallup poll listing it as the top profession for the 16th consecutive year.1...

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The Impact of Leadership on Patient and Nurse Collaboration

By Liza Maricle, BSN, RN
VMS BioMarketing Clinical Nurse Educator

Being a leader is certainly not meant for every personality type, but those who lead may choose the responsibility for different reasons. Some leaders take this role as a means of staying in control...

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Helping Patients Set Healthy Goals for the New Year

As Clinical Educators who work in the healthcare field, we are in the ideal position to talk with our patients about setting healthy goals at any time of the year. However, many people are particularly motivated at the start of a new year, so why not make the most of...

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Real Connections that Matter: Utilizing Relationship-based Education to Help Patients Achieve Better Outcomes

By Erin Wiles, RN
VMS BioMarketing Clinical Nurse Educator

In today's technology-driven world, patients use multiple communication channels to gain health education and advice. In addition to traditional face-to-face conversations, there are telephone calls,...

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