International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame: My path to induction

International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame: My path to induction

By Roger Watson | 11/16/2018
You could say he was pushed into research!
Photo of two nurses at computer

From clinician to educator: Supportive mentoring is key

By Lisa Seldomridge and Judith Jarosinski | 11/13/2018
Do you identify with these authors and their stories?
Humor, hope, and health: One nurse’s research journey

Humor, hope, and health: One nurse’s research journey

By Kaye A. Herth | 11/9/2018
How do you measure hope? The author developed a tool to do just that.
Sigma reception at Magnet Conference

Sigma hosts reception at Magnet conference

By RNL editorial staff | 11/8/2018
CEO welcomes members and corporate partners, and authors sign books.
One month, three countries

One month, three countries

By Roger Watson | 11/6/2018
Next comes China for three weeks.
Nursing was my passport

Nursing was my passport

By Huda Abu-Saad Huijer | 11/2/2018
Her advice to nurse researchers? Believe in what you do and persevere.
What we’re learning from the Emerging Educational Administrator Institute (EEAI), Part 2

What we’re learning from the Emerging Educational Administrator Institute (EEAI), Part 2

By Edna Magpantay-Monroe, Jeffrey Willey, and Anne Thomas | 11/1/2018
Reflections of a Scholar, Mentor, and Faculty Advisor
Two women with child

Mentoring students culturally underrepresented in nursing

By Barbara B. Blozen | 10/31/2018
The author finds joy in seeing nurse mentees develop professionally.
Beware the predators

Beware the predators!

By Roger Watson | 10/30/2018
What they say sounds good, but it isn’t.
The best I can be

The best I can be

By Susan R. Giscombe | 10/18/2018
“Share your gift!” my grandmother told me.
Photo of elephants

The suffering grass: The nurse as witness

By Amanda Judd | 10/17/2018
Silence equals complicity.
I’m a unique member of a team, not an in-between!

I’m a unique member of a team, not an in-between!

By Samantha “Sami” J. Smith | 10/10/2018
A nurse practitioner shares this and other lessons learned.
Rescuing baby girls in India

Rescuing baby girls in India

By Nola Holness | 10/5/2018
Changing the culture by changing attitudes.
Nurturing academic leadership the NFLA way

Nurturing academic leadership the NFLA way

By Angela Opsahl, Sara Horton-Deutsch, and Barbara Manz Friesth | 10/3/2018
Sigma’s Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy supports junior faculty.
Security tips for using your employer’s technology

Security tips for using your employer’s technology

By David S. Finn and Kenneth W. Dion | 10/3/2018
Part 3 of three-part series on technology security tips for nurses.
Elizabeth Madigan

From the CEO: What is scholarship for Sigma? Where do we go from here?

By Elizabeth A. Madigan | 10/2/2018
Have ideas for supporting scholarship? I want to hear from you.
Security tips for using personal technology at your employer’s site

Security tips for using personal technology at your employer’s site

By David S. Finn and Kenneth W. Dion | 10/2/2018
Part 2 of three-part series on technology security tips for nurses.
Photo of people and numbers

Security tips for using personal technology

By David S. Finn and Kenneth W. Dion | 10/1/2018
Part 1 of three-part series on technology security tips for nurses.
Nursing and EBP: From asking questions to evaluating results

Nursing and EBP: From asking questions to evaluating results

By Laura Cullen, Kirsten Hanrahan, and Charmaine Kleiber | 9/27/2018
Evidence-Based Practice in Action takes readers through entire process.
Research assessment season in the UK

Airport stress and Turkish delight

By Roger Watson | 9/21/2018
The author gives keynote at conference on nursing history.