VUMC Nursing

Among those at the celebration were, from left, left, Marianne Broyles, MSN, RN, Aureata Majors, APRN, Kimberly Burkeen, MSN, RN, and Kayla Felker, RN.

Event celebrates five years of DAISY Awards

Winners of The DAISY Award from throughout Vanderbilt Health gathered recently to celebrate nearly five years that Vanderbilt has participated in the national recognition for extraordinary nurses who exemplify compassion toward patients and families.

“She is an amazing nurse, and I am so thankful for her calming presence,” and other DAISY Award-winning examples of extraordinary nurses

DAISY Awards are given to great nurses all over the United States and in many other countries. Here are VUMC’s latest winners.

Creators of the diabetes toolkit included, from left, Charis Health Center’s Carolyn Moore and Lauren Smith and VUMC’s Lindsay Miller, Lucy Leon, Bianca Sarr, Hannah Beddoe, Autumn Montgomery and Kimberly Burkeen.

Nurses collaborate to create Diabetes Education Toolkit

Vanderbilt recently collaborated with Charis Health Center in Wilson County to create a Diabetes Education Toolkit to better serve Charis’ patient population.

VUMC relaunching committee devoted to nurse well-being

Vanderbilt University Medical Center is relaunching its Nurse Wellness Committee, part of ongoing efforts to promote well-being and resilience in its nursing team.

Kathie Krause’s decades of commitment to infants, children and families honored with lifetime DAISY Award

Krause stepped off the elevator on the 8th floor of Monroe Carell and was greeted by about 40 nurses in a surprise ceremony. “They totally got me on this one,” she said.

Mamie Williams, MPH, MSN, RN, FNP-BC, directed the VUMC nurses' orientation with MNPS Health Science Academy earlier this month.

VUMC granted four-year reaccreditation by ANCC

Vanderbilt University Medical Center was recently granted reaccreditation for nursing continuing professional development (NCPD) in February from the American Nurses Credentialing Center.

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