January 2018 Member News


Diane Allen

Diane Allen named Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. Allen, the Assistant Director of Nursing at New Hampshire Hospital, received this honor in recognition of her outstanding professional and community involvement, dedication to education, and passing a comprehensive examination. The ACHE is the nation's leading professional society for healthcare leaders and its Fellow status is bestowed on healthcare executives like Allen who demonstrate the highest standard of professional development.

Diane Allen Richard Ray

Diane Allen and Richard Ray discuss workplace safety. Allen and Ray spoke with American Nurse Today about the importance of teaching safety and promoting effective patient engagement. https://www.americannursetoday.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/January-2018-Frontline-FINAL-1.pdf

Jacob Creviston

Jacob Creviston in New York Times male nurses profile. Creviston discusses the stigma surrounding being a male nurse and the inherent value of nursing. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/01/04/upshot/male-nurses.html

Cheryl Giscombe

Cheryl Giscombe pens tips for beating the holiday blues. In her piece, Giscombe emphasizes the value of self-care and outdoor exercise during the holiday season. http://abc11.com/family/5-simple-tips-for-beating-the-holiday-blues/2812270/

Shauna Richardson

Shauna Richardson profiled for holistic health care to bridge mental health gap. In December, Richardson opened Family Psychiatric Care, a health care clinic focusing on the management of psychiatric medication, with her sister. http://www.kenoshanews.com/life/health/family-psychiatric-care-addresses-mental-health-care-gap/article_d039dbb2-85ac-55f1-89ca-d6b157412bef.html


Cynthia Rochon

Cynthia Rochon named Nursing Director of Behavior Health & Oasis. Rochon has experience in child, adolescent, and young adult behavioral health nursing. https://www.tampabaynewswire.com/2017/11/29/tampa-community-hospital-announces-the-appointment-of-cynthia-rochon-mba-bsn-rn-as-nursing-director-of-behavior-health-oasis-63327

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