Message from the CNO – Stanford Medical Youth Science Program

This week we welcomed in 24 high school students from the Stanford Medical Youth Science Program (SMYSP).

#MagnetMoments -Monica Christine R. Nandwani, CRNP

Monica was invited to speak by the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) Committee at Digestive Disease Week (DDW) 2018 in Washington, DC where she presented on “Utilizing Advanced Practice Providers (APPs)”...read more

Magnet Moments – Julie Lein, BSN, RN – Clinical Nurse II – Float Pool/ED

Julie Lein, BSN, RN Clinical Nurse II - Float Pool/ED Clinical Nurse Julie Lein started volunteering with humanitarian organizations from around the world seven years before becoming a nurse. Since then, her passion and love for working with medical missions has only grown. Read more about Julie’s thoughts on how volunteering has improved her life … Continue reading Magnet Moments – Julie Lein, BSN, RN – Clinical Nurse II – Float Pool/ED

Message from the CNO – Celebrating Cohort 26 – Nurse Residents

On this day of commemoration, we recognize that the nursing profession has had a very special relationship with the military that extends back to the days of Florence Nightingale.

Message from the CNO – In Honor of the Women and Men in Uniform

On this day of commemoration, we recognize that the nursing profession has had a very special relationship with the military that extends back to the days of Florence Nightingale.

Magnet Moments – E2 ICU Improvement Work on reducing HAPI

Liz Borgueta BSN, RN, CWCN, SCRN, CCRN, Anita Musafar, MPH, RN, CCRN and Maureen Fay, MSN, RN, NE-BC, CNML, CCRN-K recently represented E2 ICU and Stanford Health Care during their poster presentation...

CNO Message – Week 18 of 2018

Last Friday, 30 nurses from our inpatient Shared Leadership Council (SLC) were invited to have breakfast and share in an open conversation with David Entwistle

Nursing Grand Rounds | April 2018 | Population Health

As the largest, sector of the healthcare workforce, RNs provide a deep and unique set of clinical skills that can enhance the primary care team, increase access to care, and improve the overall patient experience

Friends of Nursing Scholarships & Grants

Friends of Nursing (FON) promotes professional excellence in nursing at Stanford Health Care.