Nursing Leader — Carol Gino

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Carol was “Featured Nurse” during Nurse’s Week at  Nurse’s Network. You can see the original post here During Nurses Week, we will be featuring a few of our nurse friends who have demonstrated leadership in Nursing! Today’s Nursing Leader is Carol Gino, nurse, author, and advocate for true nursing leadership. Her articles have appeared in […]

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The Nurse Behind “The Godfather”

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An Interview of Carol by Scrubs • April 27, 2012 Best-selling author Carol Gino, RN, talks to Scrubs about the art of healing, following her intuition and spending 20 years with the Godfather of Mafia tales, Mario Puzo. Some young girls grow up with visions of becoming the next Florence Nightingale but you had an […]

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What Type Of A Caregiver Are You? Are You A Wounded Healer Or A Merchant Of Hope?

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By Shahina Lakhani http://throughlifeanddeath.com In a previous post I introduced the idea that there are two types of caregivers with their unique styles of giving care that affect not only their own quality of life but also of those they take care of. The first type of caregiver is like the wounded healer. S/he feels […]

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Eat Your Truth or Spit It Out

by carolgino

Nursing is by and large still a women’s issue. The men who have entered have a well developed feminine aspect and are, I believe, part of the Universe’s way of helping us stand up for ourselves and own our own power. I’m not saying we’re not in a difficult situation when we don’t stand for […]

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Nurses: Expert Witnesses or Hostages?

by carolgino

  This is truly a call to action unless we all want to be in the same place thirty years from now. We have to have the courage to change and know that if we have to forge “The New Nurse” we, who have been there, are the ones who have to do it. But […]

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Did We Trade Our Nursing Caps for the Invisible Cap of Apathy?

by carolgino

“Why are you sticking up for Amanda Trujillo?” nurses have asked me. My first response was,  ”She fought back with the courage of her beliefs.” But the truth is that I believe she could be any one of us. Whether we find out she did some foolish things, or her judgment wasn’t always perfect, doesn’t […]

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