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Debra Harrison
Most of us would probably agree that making a decision isn’t difficult. We make decisions on a regular basis in our personal life – what to wear, what to eat, when to purchase a car, etc. The steps are clear: identify the issue, gather the evidence, consider options, act, evaluate for effectiveness….and then start again....
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Nurse Executives Balancing Patient Care, Organizational Goals and Nursing Staff  In my experience as a Chief Nursing Officer, I often found myself in a position to justify the cost of nursing. In my mind, I was thinking – what is so hard to understand about being at the bedside, providing care for patients 24/7, every...
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I had the great privilege and honor to be asked to present at the Marcus Evans CNO Summit in March. In preparing for the presentation, it was nice to have some time to reflect on the role of the nurse executive in transformation.  I know my invitation was based on my Emeritus Chief Nursing Officer...
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