Zinnia Feliciano delivers compassionate care to one of her patients.
The nature of birth is that you can expect the unexpected, and Julie Bettencourt, BSN, RN, is always ready in these situations, wrote her nominators.
Essence of Nursing honoree Stephanie Shine, BSN, RN, advocates for parents to become educated about infant health and use their knowledge to have a voice in their baby’s care.
It’s not unusual for Bertha Lee, BSN, RN, to hear from patients and their families long after they leave Tower 14CD.
Maureen Conley-Rogazzo, MPH, BSN, RN, nurse-in-charge of Tower 7A, takes an individualized approach to caring for each patient’s unique needs.
This year, four BWHers who exemplify compassion and cultural awareness were honored with Lotus Awards in recognition of their commitment to teamwork and fostering a culture of diversity and inclusion at the hospital.
This issue of Heart & Science, featuring our Essence of Nursing recipient and honorees and our Lotus Award recipients, demonstrates our commitment as a community of care to acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of colleagues who inspire us to give our best each and every day.
On May 5, nurses from across the hospital came together for the Nurse Recognition Preceptor Breakfast, honoring nurse preceptors.
What are some of the returns on investment for BWH obtaining Magnet® designation?
The countdown to PeC go-live is on! The years of preparation—from planning, development, testing and training—have us poised to be ready for when PeC will be “turned on” May 30 at 5 a.m.
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