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New Mexico’s local navigator network is utilizing technology to connect with members remotely.
A navigation network can aid in completing goals in continuing education.
Understanding and seizing opportunities to inject humor into your discussions can go a long way, not only for your patients but also for you.
Guest columnist Jo W. Weathers, RN, BSN, OCN, CBCN, discusses the challenges and rewards of starting and continuing a local navigator network.
Employing coping mechanisms can help you respond to stress.
On the one-year anniversary of the creation of the Greater Kansas City Local Navigator Network, President Amy Norton reflects on the challenges and rewards of starting an LNN.
Navigators must be proactive in getting screened regularly to optimize their own health, as well as set a good example for their patients.
If you are looking for ways to improve your delivery of care, resources are available to navigators.
We must help ensure that student nurses are aware of nurse navigator opportunities as a chosen field of nursing, just as we have each chosen it to be a part of ours.
A survivor’s candid memoir about her cancer journey and how it created a whole new life for her could prove an enlightening read for Local Navigation Networks.
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