Apply for the Registered Nurse Empowerment Program Here!

Need help navigating difficult situations, collaborating with peers, or advocating for change in the workplace? Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing (Sigma) has collaborated with Johnson & Johnson Foundation on a program to bring free leadership and nursing courses to frontline clinical nurses. Apply for the Registered Nurse Empowerment Program and learn about the important challenges and opportunities that frontline nurses experience. Sigma is looking for registered clinical nurses to provide direct care. The National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) has partnered with Sigma’s Nurse Empowerment Program. Three NACHC staff members, Wanda Montalvo, RN, Sarah Price, RN, and LeeAnn White, RN will host three calls to reflect on course content such as navigating difficult situations, leading without authority, how to build community with peers, and share the highs and lows of the day. Save the dates for NACHC’s Nurse-led Reflection Hours. All members of the nursing workforce are invited to participate in the NACHC Nurse-led Reflection Hours.

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