NANNM LEAVING JOHESU: The Long Awaited Divorce | Care City Leadership

Nurses have been too busy running after other things. A large percentage of us are women, who already have enough social pressure mounting around them before they even became nurses. Now, very few of them, these women, are bothered with these things; leadership fights, etc, while others who miraculously start getting bothered, have a lot to deal with, from gender bias to the misogynistic attitude of some men in the healthcare community, who believe that women should not be allowed to rise too high in the world of leadership.   

INSPIRE WITH THE WORLD CLASS NURSE, Getrude Orodo | May Interview Session| Nurse’s Month Special

Definitely. I risk sounding stereotypical, but the truth is men bring a certain power to nursing. By nature, men take control, and this is what is needed at times. Sometimes, their physical strength is a must-have. I have had shifts where we needed male nurses to deal with certain “difficult” patients. 

Why Do We Change Jobs? | Part 1 | Care City Leadership

More than a week ago, I wrote a short piece on LinkedIn about me changing my job, it was meant to be a small casual discussion, but it ended up attracting a lot of attention on that platform, so I decided to keep writing with that train of thought. You can check that article out here if … Continue reading Why Do We Change Jobs? | Part 1 | Care City Leadership

What The Nurses’ Week Means To Us: My Unwelcoming Arguments On Preserving What Defines Us | 2 Minutes Reading Time

What is the Nurses' week to you? Another celebration? Another moment to upload pictures or videos of Nurses dancing, wearing scrubs, and choreographing all the way? Oh, don't get me wrong, I am a fan of all the celebrations and colors, but deep down, I wish we see more to it.

Nurturing Your Innovative Ideas: Fighting To Keep Them Alive | Innovation & Leadership

You have to be adamant, determined & ready to fight for your ideas like you were fighting for your own life. Yes, it's that tough. If you do not fight for your ideas, I can boldly tell you that nobody will fight for you, yes, not even your Mother or Wife, they have their own battles to fight. So, it's all up to you, to fight for what you believe.

Nursing Mentorship: Mentor Material

“a dyadic, long-term and reciprocal process between senior experienced nurse and a junior nurse and or a nursing student, facilitating knowledge and skill acquisition while providing psychosocial and emotional support with the aims of fostering both personal and professional development for effective role change into the nursing profession” - Shaikh Abdul Matin, Deparment of Internal Medicine, Singapore General Hospital, Singapore

Nigerian Nursing & Her Many Woes – The Problem of Lack of Purpose-driven Political Representatives

"When will Nursing Nigeria be bold enough to say that they have political representatives that are unbiased embodiments of the desires of Nurses in Nigeria? Leaders who are not tainted by the dirty hands of greed. Who know what their country & profession desire..."

Nursing After The Year Of The Pandemic | Part i

"In the wake of the pandemic, while we count losses, and nurture our wounds, we as a race, were able to still make progress in historical leaps & bounds. The gospel of Digital Health gained a wider audience & followership, as people, governments & organizations, began to realize the important need for us to have a healthcare system that had remote care woven into its fabrics."

Mechanical Ventilators, Hope & A Miracle | The Art Of Nursing | Ayinla Daniel

"Is he going to survive?" I kept asking myself. The story I am about to tell you is a true-life story. My colleagues from work will know better. We all had the opportunity to nurse him, and we gave our best, believe me, it isn't easy working in the Critical Care Unit as a registered nurse or a medical doctor, you can ask around, it's back-breaking. It messes with your emotions {many nurses & physicians who work in the critical care unit don't know this, they are oblivious}.

INSPIRE | Interview Session With Oyeleye Christianah, Registered Cardiothoracic Nurse & Founder Of The Congenital Heart Disease Foundation Of Nigeria

"Professor. Ekama Ilesanmi whom I met while writing my council exam 2012 is a woman I admire. As of then, she already had a Ph.D. in Nursing and I would also love to get my Ph.D. in Nursing before I am 40."

INSPIRE | Maiden Interview Session With Chidera Alajemba, Registered Nurse & Founder of Engage Hope Network

"Relocation to the United Kingdom for me was not because I don't love my country. No! I relocated because we all want a better working condition and an opportunity to build capacity which in the short or long run we will channel back home into our beloved country."

Think Like An Entrepreneur, Act Like A Nurse – Discovering Your Innovative Streak As A Registered Nurse | The Innovation Series with Ayinla Daniel. RN | 10 minutes read

Think like an entrepreneur, act like a nurse is part of The Innovation Series published on CARE CITY BLOG, that tries to spur Registered Nurses to follow the golden path of innovation.