Items Tagged ‘Karen Grimley’

A Magnet for Pride, Devotion and Commitment

January 17, 2020

A Magnet for Pride, Devotion and Commitment

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Conversations with Karen Grimley Happy New Year!  Did you know the World Health Organization has designated 2020 as the Year of the Nurse and Midwife? What a wonderful and esteemed recognition for nurses and midwives in the year of Florence Nightingale’s 200th birthday. You embody the essence of this profession. Your pride and devotion to […]

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Tags: Karen Grimley, Leadership, Nursing leadership


We Are Leaders

July 1, 2019

We Are Leaders

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Conversations with Karen Grimley When Sue Fitzsimons, then the chief nursing officer at Yale-New Haven Hospital, gave the commencement address to the Yale School of Nursing Class of 2013, she told her new colleagues: “Rejoice in your work; never lose sight of the nursing leader you are now and the nursing leader you will become. […]

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Tags: Karen Grimley, Leadership, Nursing leadership


New Hospital Initiative Seeks to Enhance Patient Sleep

July 10, 2017

New Hospital Initiative Seeks to Enhance Patient Sleep

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Sleep is almost as important as medical care when it comes to recovering from an illness or medical procedure. Unfortunately, patients often find it challenging to get a restful night’s sleep at a hospital that operates around the clock. “You take someone who isn’t feeling well and put them in a foreign environment with strange […]

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Tags: activity, cardiothoracic pediatric intensive care unit, Chief of nurisng, comfort, Dr. Myke Federman, healthcare teams, How did you sleep, hygiene, Karen Grimley, nutrition, patient sleep, sleep