“To do what nobody else will do, a way that nobody else can do, in spite of all we go through; is to be a nurse.” These are the words of Rawsi Williams, a nurse and a lawyer, with which I agree; the reminder of who we are and what we do span beyond international nurses […]
FYNI Publishes In A Peer-Reviewed Int’l Journal: Mentorship Needs and Experiences of Young Nigeria Nurses: A Mixed-methods Study
Focusing On Young Nurses Initiative conducted a research study to understand the mentorship needs and experiences of young Nigeria nurses. This mixed-methods study will help institutions to understand how best to plan interventions that will address the mentorship needs of young nurses. The mixed-method study involved a survey of 260 nurses and an interview of […]
October 28, 2022, was not like any other day; it was a special day as an icon was a year older: Dr Adebimpe Olutayo Okunade was a year older. This celebration started earlier in the day at the University of Ibadan, where she was the head of the department for six years. It was followed […]
Official Report Of Twitter Space | Sigma 100 years of Nursing Excellence: Opportunities for the young Nurse
Topic: Sigma 100 years of Nursing Excellence: Opportunities for the young Nurse 06:00 pm, 2nd October 2022 This is the official report of the Twitter space held on October 2nd for “SIGMA @ 100”, which was organized by FYNI. You are encouraged to share it with friends, colleagues, and your network so that those who could […]
Celebrating Sigma’s 100 Years Of Excellence With FYNI.
Here are some amazing tips that will inspire young and fresh nurses as they navigate through the nursing profession.
FYNI Celebrates Dr. Bukola Salami As She Becomes A Full Professor At The University of Alberta, Canada
Brief Bio Dr. Bukola Salami was an associate professor at the Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta. She joined the faculty in January 2014 as an assistant professor. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Windsor; Master of Nursing from the University of Toronto, and Ph.D. from the University of […]
In developed societies, mentorship has become a vital part of the work culture. These advanced societies have discovered that proper mentorship contributes immensely to societal growth and development. With proper mentorship, young professionals in any industry or community are more productive in their professional endeavors and lives because they have more experienced minds around to […]
“At a time when health care is experiencing unparalleled change, skillful mentors can provide stability while facilitating change in a positive and thoughtful manner, contributing to the development of the next generation of nursing care providers”. While nursing is multifaceted with several opportunities and challenges, there is a fine line between enduring and enjoying one’s nursing practice. Every day, […]
Report Of The Second Edition Of The Twitter Space Series Topic: Mentorship in Nursing: Reality or Mirage 06:00 pm, 28th May 2022 General Information Chief Host: Professor Adebayo and Professor Prisca Adejumo. Guest: Dr. Saleh Garba. Host: Nurse Otun Damilola. Average number of live participants: 80+. Objectives of The Meeting To share insight, experiences, and […]