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Letter 6 of 10: To the Struggling Nurse Right Now...

Letter 6 of 10: To the Struggling Nurse Right Now...

I know you’re struggling right now. You may not even know why. But please know that you are strong, smart, brave, caring and knowledgeable. You are all these things and more. Remind yourself why you wanted to be a nurse. Reflect on all you’ve learned up to this point. Remember that this day ill end and there is always tomorrow.
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Letter 5 of 10: To the Struggling Nurse Right Now...

Letter 5 of 10: To the Struggling Nurse Right Now...

Remember how you got here and never forget your why. All the sleepless nights, tears shed, extra hours spent studying – all for what reason? So you could be where you are right now. Becoming a nurse was the hardest and most rewarding task I’ve done. Seeing babies be born to people becoming parents has reminded me every day of my why. The relationships I’ve built, the growth I’ve experienced over a year is something that I couldn’t see at one point and here I am Know that it is ok to cry. It is ok to not know something, you cannot be liked by every person in the world but you can sure treat people how you want to be treated.
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Letter 4 of 10: To the Struggling Nurse Right Now...

Letter 4 of 10: To the Struggling Nurse Right Now...

It may not seem like it right now, but it will get better, things will get easier, you may have shifts that leave you in tears, but they will make you a better nurse. What you are doing matters. It may not feel like you are being appreciated for all your work but you are helping someone. What you do is affecting someone and they see it.
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Letter 3 of 10: To the Struggling Nurse Right Now...

Letter 3 of 10: To the Struggling Nurse Right Now...

Remember why you became a nurse! Times are tough with COVID, but hopefully one day it will pass. You are making a difference in people’s lives! You are leaving a positive impact on your patients. You matter! The work you do matters! If you are unhappy with the area that you are in now, go out there and go for your dream job!
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Letter 2 of 10: To the Nurse Struggling Right Now...

Letter 2 of 10: To the Nurse Struggling Right Now...

You. Are. Not. Alone. Remember who you are, and how far you’ve come. Sleepless nights, constant studying, passing your NCLEX, performing your first IV and getting it the first try. Little victories are BIG victories. Whether it’s performing CPR or giving a patient’s family member a hug – you are helping. You ARE making a difference.
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 November 2021 Issue of Eye On Health Newsletter

November 2021 Issue of Eye On Health Newsletter

This issue includes: Letters to the Nurse Struggling Right Now, Hurricane Ida, COVID & Resilience, COVID Killing Rural at Twice Rate Urban, Leadership Insights: “Energy +/-”, UW Students Can Apply for 30th Annual $2,500 Monato Essay Prize, UW Population Health Institute Seeks Individual to Lead Mobilizing Action Toward Community Health, “Climate, A Public Health Crisis: Making Connections & Building Solutions Together”–11/13 Virtual Conference, Upcoming RWHC Leadership Programs, Eye on Health Cartoons
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Letter 1 of 10: To the Nurse Struggling Right Now...

Letter 1 of 10: To the Nurse Struggling Right Now...

Welcome to the crazy world of nursing. You joined at a time that was not ideal. It probably isn’t what you imagined it’d be. You walked onto the floor of your first shift greeted with N95s and gowns – not smiles and hugs. You have probably questioned many times by now what exactly you’re doing.
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Rural Vaccine Confidence Initiative

Rural Vaccine Confidence Initiative

You know better than anyone that vaccine hesitancy among rural Americans means COVID-19 will linger in rural communities for the foreseeable future – unless something more is done to increase vaccination rates. NRHA has developed a grassroots initiative to help rural health stakeholders build vaccine confidence at the local level.
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 October 2021 Issue of Eye On Health Newsletter

October 2021 Issue of Eye On Health Newsletter

This issue includes: Fighting COVID with Arm Tied Behind Back, RWHC Briefs White House on Rural Health, “Don’t wait. Vaccinate.” PSA, A Rural Hospital Partners for Childcare, “Five Keys to Rural Resilience”, RWHC Celebrates Rural Health Ambassadors, Leadership Insights: “Compassion”, UW Students Can Apply for 30th Annual $2,500 Monona Essay Prize, RWHC National Leadership Residency Program, Upcoming RWHC Leadership Programs, Eye on Health Cartoons
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Don’t wait. Vaccinate. "Coach Pete"

Don’t wait. Vaccinate. "Coach Pete"

(Video) The ad features, Pete, a former long-time high school football coach and Pete's doctor, Dr. Heyka, of Bellin Health. Both are from Oconto, Wisconsin. “Don’t wait. Vaccinate." was produced by Platform Communications and will run for four weeks on TV and radio, statewide in Wisconsin, thanks to the support of a generous grant from the CDC Foundation.
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Behind The Mask: Stories of the COVID-19 pandemic

Behind The Mask: Stories of the COVID-19 pandemic

SSM Health filmmakers, including a former NBC News producer, visited hospitals, homes and a PPE supply center across Oklahoma, Wisconsin and Missouri to capture stories of the pandemic as they unfolded in the lives of patients and front-line hospital caregivers and staff. The result gives Behind the Mask, an emotional look at a historic event in ways largely unseen by the public.
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