Notes on Nursing— December 2020 Issue

When the WHO designated 2020 as the Year of the Nurse, no one could have anticipated just how poignant that title would become. Looking back, we’re proud to highlight events like NurseHack4Health and the SEE YOU NOW podcast, which showcased the resilience, compassion and tremendous innovations nurses exhibited throughout this unprecedented year. Plus, read our reflection on the year: Three Must-Do’s from the Year of the Nurse to Escalate Nurse Innovation.
Inside the Issue

A Year of Igniting Nurse-Led Innovation with the SEE YOU NOW Podcast

How has the first year of the SEE YOU NOW podcast series helped amplify nurse innovation? Oriana Beaudet, Vice President of Nursing Innovation for the American Nurses Association, celebrates an inspiring and innovative year and shares her biggest takeaways from the series in a new featured article.

Onward and Upward: Three Must-Do’s from the Year of the Nurse to Escalate Nurse Innovation

When the WHO designated 2020 as the Year of the Nurse, nobody anticipated just how meaningful that title would be. Lynda Benton of J&J and Rebecca Love of SONSIEL share three ways to help propel the recognition and support of nurse innovation beyond this year.

SEE YOU NOW Podcast Celebrates You This Holiday Season!

A round of thanks to our SEE YOU NOW podcast listeners for tuning in each week to hear incredible stories of nurse-led innovation! We’ve prepared a special holiday message to thank you for your support this first year. If you liked what you heard this year, please share with your fellow nurses!

Give an Hour and First Responders First Offers New Mental Health Support

First Responders First has launched a partnership with Give an Hour to provide no-cost mental health services and support to help frontline healthcare workers get the care they deserve. Click the link below and use the code FRF to find out if you or a loved one is eligible.

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