COVID-tivity: Unexpected Inspiration from a Killer Virus

Welcome to the world of nursing amid COVID-19, as educators, learners, and practitioners adjust to life during a pandemic. That they’re gleaning wisdom about COVID is a given. But more than simply coping, they’re drawing strength, creativity, and new ideas from it, too.

by Christine Phelan Kueter

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A BLM protester in Richmond holding a sign that reads I'm Tired.

The Journey I'm On

Struck speechless when George Floyd was murdered, Theresa Carroll, senior assistant dean, realizes that "meeting people where they are" is no longer enough.

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Elise Bottimore Talbot, BSN 2016, in the medical ICU in New York City.

Soundtrack to the Surreal

Elise Bottimore Talbot was an ICU nurse in Washington, D.C. until April, when she volunteered to care for COVID patients. She’s been singing ever since.

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Black Lives Matter protesters march in Richmond around a Robert E. Lee statue

Our Tipping Point

Has the moment truly arrived? Will our good intentions around race and equity create meaningful action?

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