From Worrier to Warrior

Kate* suffered for years from chronic pain, and more recently it began affecting her everyday life. She was only in her early 30s; however, her body was not cooperating, and she was unable to do the normal daily activities she once found so easy. The little things like...


Are you new to the field of patient education? Remember these 4 tips.

I remember my first Clinical Nurse Educator job like it was yesterday. I was so eager to learn everything I could about the immunotherapy agent I would be teaching patients and healthcare professionals to use. I love to teach and, looking back, the two most important lessons...


What Does it Take to be an Osteoporosis Clinical Educator?

May is National...


A Personal Story of ALS from a VMS Clinical Nurse Educator

By Jennifer Wilson, RN, VMS Clinical Nurse Educator

Michael*, my dear friend from childhood, was an extraordinary athlete and golf pro, a devoted father of two amazing children, a loving husband, and a wonderful friend I miss terribly. I remember the call...


Healthy Living – Why is Proper Nutrition so Important?

By Liza Maricle, BSN, RN
Supervisor, Clinical Support

For many, gone are the days of sitting around the table to a fresh home-cooked...


Rare Disease - A Long and Winding Journey

For People with Rare Diseases, it is Often a Long and Winding Road

By Jill Doran, BA, BSN, RN
Clinical Nurse Educator