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Medina Barone
NYC ANCC Board Certified Adult Health Nurse Practitioner, specializing in Cardiology Medicine with more than 14 years experience in the medical field
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Medina Barone Dec 3
Replying to @BezakKatrina
thank you! 🙌🏼
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Hopkins Nursing Dec 3
Dr : Improving Provider Attitudes in Caring for Black
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womenshealth.gov Nov 29
When used correctly, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) can protect people who are at high risk of getting but do not have HIV. Enter your zip code to find a provider near you:
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Nursing Times Nov 14
CALLING ALL NURSE BLOGGERS! We're looking for nurses like you who would like to work with us. Whether you're a student nurse blogging about your studies or maybe you've already qualified. Get in touch with us now!
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Medina Barone Dec 3
Replying to @JOP691
This is awesome Joanne, inspired by your passion and enjoyed reading your blog! Thanks for sharing! 😃
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Joanne Petersen 💙 Nov 5
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Medina Barone Dec 3
I am so excited, I started my first nursing blog regarding policy reform and expansion of NP scope of practice. Lets start a national conversation! Check my blog out 😃 Tell me what you think..😉
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Medina Barone Oct 14
This maybe old news for some, but just in case you missed it! This is huge for the state of Illinois
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Medina Barone Oct 11
This is how it all started! After this conference In Philadelphia in 2017 I met at the info tables after that I knew my heart and passion was with John Hopkins ! Best decision I ever made!!
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Medina Barone Oct 10
Thank you this is a great link look forward to watching my IPE is in November ... thank you for sharing this ! 👍🏽
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Medina Barone Oct 10
There is a always that thin line to cutting costs and quality !!! And sometimes it’s MUCH cheaper not to compromise the quality
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Medina Barone Oct 10
Yes I would love to start some workshops geared to this would be fun for our profession to get together and sit down and use all of our voices together to make change happen !! Amazing things happen when we collaborating with colleagues !! There’s so much work to be done ✅
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Medina Barone Oct 10
Love reading about organizations like this that inspire change through collaboration and multi disciplinary teamwork !!! Amazzinnng!!!
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Medina Barone Oct 10
I really appreciate the ethical piece you brought this. People often overlook the ethics part, and it’s the most important item when doing no harm and “right thing” is challenging due to conflicting morals and values leaders have. Not everyone agrees with what is right !
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Medina Barone Oct 10
Replying to @_SydneeLogan
A4 Today’s leaders can impact this on many levels by getting involved in implementing effective strategies to cut cost and improve safety, access to quality care, meet regulatory challenges, and start up innovative projects that improve patient outcomes.
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Medina Barone Oct 10
Yes in current healthcare environment it is essential for multidisciplinary teams to work collaboratively together to reach even higher heights!! We are all needed in this process together to be effective !
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Medina Barone Oct 10
A3 To cultivate high performing teams, today’s leaders must focus on elevating others. To function, each individual on the team should be a leader. Effective leaders are accountable, innovative, open-minded and deliver respectful channels of communication.
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Medina Barone Oct 10
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Medina Barone Oct 10
A3 To cultivate high performing teams, today’s leaders must focus on elevating others. To function, each individual on the team should be a leader. Effective leaders are accountable, innovative, open-minded and deliver respectful channels of communication.
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Gerrin Davis, MA, MSN, FNP-C Oct 10
A2 The pressure to cut cost is a significant obstacle to effective leadership
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