Making the nursing profession safer is a long-standing challenge and one that continues to impact patient safety and nurse satisfaction levels.
If there is one word commonly associated with the nursing profession, it’s stress. In fact, one recent study found an overwhelming 92 percent of nurses are experiencing moderate-to-very high stress levels.
Recent research has continued to track and explore why so many nurses are leaving the profession before retirement. The report estimates that up to 30 to 50 percent of nurses leave their position or quit nursing altogether in the first year...
The branch celebrated Aiesha’s 10 year anniversary with MSN. With her favorite cake and balloons in hand, we all said thank you and gave Aiesha a framed certificate along with a big bag full of goodies!
Terryne G. is a CNA who joined MSN in October of 2017. She worked for a short time here in the Louisville branch and then moved to San Antonio, TX. We connected her with the San Antonio branch where she worked until recently.
The branch celebrated with Roland yesterday for his Q1 2019 - New Year, New You Winner!! With his cake and balloons in hand, we all said thank you and gave Roland a choice of the listed prizes to choose from! As you can see, Roland chose the cool $2,000,
Sarah M. has been an employee of MSN since December 2014. She has helped us out in many dire situations and has made wonderful relationships with the clients we serve.
Nurses Week fun from the Minneapolis Branch – Kim Doublin, Staffing Coordinator, delivering Nurses Week gifts and smiles!!
Destiny Davis, Recruiter, received these beautiful flowers from one of her healthcare professionals with this note: "To the best, hardworking recruiter who's always on it! Thank you, Destiny, for all of the help you have given me.
Omaha Branch Manager, Dave Gaver, presenting Tasha C. with her 5 year certificate of recognition!