I use my artwork to preserve the images of the profession of nursing in a serious and dignified manner. Specifically, my primary focus is painting images of nurses’ caps as a way to record these historic, universal symbols of nursing. I also assist schools of nursing and nursing alumni groups to raise funds through the resale of my images on a variety of products.
Pedagogy provides online continuing education to nurses and other healthcare professionals. We are somewhat unique in our approach in that we consider our author’s the experts and our partners. We offer our authors a split commission on all of their course’s revenue. Not just a one time fee for writing the course. We also partner with large corporations, by building them a branded website to sell Pedagogy’s continuing education.
Encouraging Nurse Entrepreneurs and Intrapreneurs to develop, grow, own and manage their own business –Developing opportunities locally and nationally for nurses in business — Serving the networking and educational needs of our members.
I provide coaching, mentoring, books and speaking presentations for Nursing Leaders. My goal is to help nurses who are in leadership balance their life purpose and their career. I teach nurses self-development principles and how to align their mind, body, soul and spirit so they will become better leaders of themselves and become more effective in leading others. When you understand and embrace yourself and your journey in life, you can attain fulfillment and joy while working in the profession as a nursing leader.
Provide lactation services and support to mothers in the community
Why did you start this company?
In 1992, there were no companies providing this service and most of the local hospitals did not have any lactation support
What was the process like? Help us understand what it is like for a nurse to start their own business
We had the clinical expertise, but it took us awhile to realize that we had to operate like any other small business. We did not have the internet resources and readily accessible networks that exist today, and there were no organized lactation practices that had the ” blue print.” We were pioneers in the field.