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Dr. Rachel Danford, NP
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Founder and CEO of Accessible Healthcare Institute™ LLC & Host/Producer of its podcast The Nurse Practitioner Show™; Adjunct Professor of Nursing; Nurse Practitioner
Founder and CEO of Accessible Healthcare Institute™ LLC & Host/Producer of its podcast The Nurse Practitioner Show™; Adjunct Professor of Nursing; Nurse Practitioner

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Dr. Rachel Danford, NP commented on a post on Blogger.
Oh, Dr. Maheady!

This is the most wonderful collection of nursing singing talent gathered into one article on the web that I have seen! What an inspiration to read this and see how nurses touch the lives of others not only through their gift of healing and compassion, but with their musical talents, as well! A Nursing Idol competition sounds great, wish someone would really do that!
Is it time for a Nurse Idol competition?
Is it time for a Nurse Idol competition?
exceptionalnurse.blogspot.com
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Dr. Rachel Danford, NP commented on a post on Blogger.
I love all of these inspirational songs during times of personal challenges. I grew up in church, so two hymns I sing to myself are In The Garden and Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus. I look to my faith to uplift me during challenging times, it's never let me down.
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Dr. Rachel Danford, NP commented on a post on Blogger.
Dr Maheady,

This blog post shares multiple pros to hiring nurses with disabilities I never had considered before! One in particular is the added gift of empathy patients will benefit from care by these nurses. Loved reading this article!
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Dr. Rachel Danford, NP commented on a post on Blogger.
Wow, Dr. Maheady, you did it again! Such a super resourceful blog post sharing great content for your readers! Not only are these apps helpful for nurses with disabilities, but our patients, too! 
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Interested in continuing your education to be a Nurse Practitioner? Read this article for 16 Steps On How To Become a Nurse Practitioner.
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Dr. Rachel Danford, NP commented on a post on Blogger.
Dr. Maheady,
Your blog provides such inspiring stories to encourage nurses with disabilities. I discovered some posts I hadn't read before, thanks to your Top 10 Nursing Blog Posts of 2015. I'm partially biased, I particularly enjoyed the article related to those with disabilities becoming successful nurse practitioners! Looking forward to reading and learning more through your posts this upcoming year :)
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Dr. Rachel Danford, NP commented on a post on Blogger.
Ann,
I'm thankful I discovered your blog this year. Both patient and nurse advocacy is important for provision of quality healthcare. Your added touch of personal experiences makes your blog posts very personable and an easy read.

I particularly enjoyed reading your top blog, What To Do While Waiting. It reminded me of an NP colleagues blog article, Get Rid of Your Waiting Room at http://npbusiness.org/waiting_room/ It's from the healthcare providers viewpoint. It was interesting to also read about it in your blog from the patient's viewpoint. Keep up the great work with all the content you create. I look forward to reading more of your articles this upcoming year!
2015: It's a Wrap, My Year in Review
2015: It's a Wrap, My Year in Review
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Dr. Rachel Danford, NP commented on a post on Blogger.
Dear Kathy,
Your blog was the very first nursing blog I ever read. I've been a fan of yours ever since! I've always enjoyed the topics you provide for your readers. I particularly find your writing on home health issues educational and informative. Keep of the great work, and thanks for all you do to promote the nursing profession :)
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Dr. Rachel Danford, NP commented on a post on Blogger.
I've always wanted to hear the personal experience of a person with epilepsy working as a nurse. Thanks for sharing Erica's experience. She reminds us to be persevering as we reach our goals and continue to make a difference in the lives of others.
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