#MagnetMoments–Danielle Allen

Danielle Allen, Clinical Nurse on Unit D2/G2S, was recognized by her colleagues for her clinical strength, compassion, patience, calming presence and advocacy, and was honored with the Daisy Award in December.

Alicia Mascote Provides Medical Relief in Nepal

Alicia Mascote, Clinical Nurse on D3, shares a beautiful journal entry documenting her life-changing mission trip providing medical relief in Nepal. Read her full story below and also featured in the Magnet Showcase outside of Nursing Administration by the escalators on the ground floor through February. Thank you for sharing your inspiring story, Alicia!

NDNQI Action Planning Retreat

Over 100 Clinical Nurses, Managers and Interprofessionals joined us at our NDNQI Action Planning Retreat on Friday, January 12, 2018—using data to guide decision-making and inspire a shared vision toward work-place safety, well-being, and healthy work environment initiatives. We were so fortunate to have Christy Dempsey, CNO from Press Ganey Associates, Inc., as our keynote. … Continue reading NDNQI Action Planning Retreat

#Magnet Moments & Meaningful Recognition — Callie Nelson

Callie Nelson, Clinical Nurse on Unit D3 recognized with Daisy Award--Read more

#MagnetMoments – Daisy Award

Theresa Latchford, Oncology CNS, BMT Theresa was recognized by her colleagues as an expert in skin care for graft-versus-host disease (GVHD) and for her tireless efforts toward staff development and improving quality indicators hospital-wide at Stanford Health Care. She was honored with the Daisy Award in August. Read her full story in the Monthly Nursing Recognition Showcase outside … Continue reading #MagnetMoments – Daisy Award

Weekly Highlight – Sara Stafford

   Sara Stafford, MSN, RN, PCCN, CNIV Sara and physician colleagues from the Stanford School of Medicine recently published a qualitative research study entitled "Interprofessional Collaboration: A Qualitative Study of Non-Physician Perspectives on Resident Competency" in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.  Their study analyzed non-physicians' views on barriers to collaboration with physicians, as well as factors that … Continue reading Weekly Highlight – Sara Stafford

Happy 2018!

Dear Colleagues, Happy New Year everyone!  A new year represents new beginnings. 2018 promises to be an exciting year for Stanford Nursing and Patient Care Services as we launch our new Strategic Plan over the coming months. For many of you, including myself, the new year also represents a fresh start; an opportunity to set goals … Continue reading Happy 2018!