Making Your School Nurse Philosophy Visible

  title={Making Your School Nurse Philosophy Visible},
  author={Pernilla Garmy},
  journal={SAGE Open Nursing},
As a school nurse, it can be challenging to make values and philosophy useful in the context of a busy and stressful workday. However, values and philosophy can help guide school nurses in their profession. This article proposes strategies for how school nurses can make their school nurse’s values and philosophy visible. The first step in formulating a school nurse philosophy is to identify overall values, such as how one views society and people’s equal values. A peer-mentoring group, such as… Expand
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