Developing personal standards and a culture of continuous improvement

Jennifer Hamlin
Monday, April 2, 2018

One thing I always tell my students is that they are at their very best when they are studying. As students, they are learning and practicing the highest standards. They are exploring and investigating the evidence and they are open to change. They are building knowledge, and discovering new ways to become the best nurse they can be. While they might not yet have the benefit of years of experience, they most certainly have a wide outlook on the latest knowledge.

Developing personal standards and a culture of continuous improvement
Developing personal standards and a culture of continuous improvement

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