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“Our need of competency is how to keep the finger on the pulse of something that is constantly changing.”
Michele Rubin is a real GEM
SGNA member, Michele Rubin, receives 2016 National GEM Award.
A day in the life of a GI Nurse is never the same as the day before. With all types of patients walking through the door, how do you interact and adapt to so many personalities?
Special interest groups are a new way for SGNA members to engage, interact and explore a variety of specialties. Here’s what you need to know to get involved.
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Former SGNA President Colleen Keith shares a personal anecdote about a fateful decision that had a huge impact on her personal and professional lives.
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