I have a very strong feeling that nursing mentorship has found a new face here in Africa [and the world.] And one factor that makes me fall totally in love with everything is the faith in God that they bring into the whole game, it makes it extraordinary.
This interview session is special to Care City’s community. It is our first “in-house” interview. There is so much to learn from Oluwatobi.
Focusing On Young Nurses Initiative: A Viable Solution To The Age-long Problem of Lack of True Mentorship Among Young Nurses in Africa & The World.
It’s not just the “Nursing Field”, you can feel alone in that field, it’s an Ecosystem, where you are ever connected to an abundant supply of positive energy, pure inspiration & limitless possibilities.
Today, we are seeing a dramatic increase in smart nurses stepping out and choosing to be recognized as nurse coaches & nurse mentors [some are older passionate nurses, the majority are younger, filled with so much energy].
We are never tired of inspiring you to do more. In this episode of INSPIRE, we bring to you another exciting interview session with an amazing Nurse – career coach, mentor & writer.
Oh, hold it there big guy. It goes way beyond holding Nursing conferences & leadership summits. These channels serve a purpose, and the primary purpose is to ‘Gather.’ At first, everyone is excited about the fresh inspiration that they have caught, but then, after these big conferences, the energy seems to ebb. It gradually & quietly dies out.
“We are on the front lines of patient care and medical technology, which gives us the prime advantage when it comes to new ideas.”
My goal is to empower nurses to believe in themselves and become world-class professionals. I operate on the premise that when nurses believe in themselves and find their work more satisfying then patient outcomes will improve and so will the image of the profession.
This edition of INSPIRE is a very special one, in that we are interviewing an amazing Registered Nurse, whose brand (NJO) is a household name among Registered Nurses & Healthcare Professionals in Nigeria. When I first approached him, I thought he was going to turn me down with the expected excuse of being busy, but […]