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The Secrets to My Nursing Success

Interview with Melissa Mitchell, MSN, RN, CMSRN Director of Education Methodist Mansfield Medical Center To say Melissa Mitchell is a driven, goal-oriented person is an understatement. Throughout her nursing career, her eye has been on the prize ahead. From a … Continue reading

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Finding the Perfect Environment Was Critical to My Career Development

By Dee Drake, BSN, CCRN Certified Critical Care Nurse, Cath Lab Methodist Dallas Medical Center Looking for the perfect nursing environment? A place you can call home? Dee Drake, BSN, CCRN, found that at Methodist Dallas Medical Center, and today … Continue reading

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Barbara Madden, A Voice of Experience, Assumes VP/CNO Role

by Barbara Madden, MSN, BSN Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer Methodist Dallas Medical Center A core value woven into the fabric of the Methodist Health System culture is promoting from within. Just ask me, Barbara Madden. I recently accepted the … Continue reading

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Why I’m Proud To Be a Critical Care Nurse

By Kathryn Patton, MHA, BSN, RN ICU Nurse Manager, Critical Care Services Methodist Charlton Medical Center In the spring of 2016, Methodist Charlton Medical Center expanded its critical care services to 32 beds. We asked Kathryn Patton, ICU nurse manager … Continue reading

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Clinician Stress Management in Emergency Departments

By Christine Walker, RN Methodist Dallas Medical Center Although clinicians may find their careers rewarding, they often find them stressful. In an emergency department (ED), for instance, stressful situations can change in a moment’s notice. Clinicians may be dealing with … Continue reading

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