From your first day as a novice nurse to an expert in your field, RNs in all domains of practice and at all levels of experience and expertise are encouraged to maximize their leadership potential.
Striving for excellence in registered nursing is a shared responsibility, which is why mentorship is so critical. Have you considered becoming a mentor to a newly graduated nurse? Are you a new nurse looking to be a mentee and learn from your colleagues? The SRNA is providing an opportunity to connect mentors and nurses looking for mentors through our Online Community of Practice.
This initiative will include both practicing RNs as well as new graduates through two different streams of mentoring—online and offline. The practicing RN stream will involve mentors being available to answer questions or provide advice based on their expertise via the Online Community of Practice. The process for new graduate mentoring will entail an offline connection with nurses who want to be mentors to new graduates.
Sign up to be a mentor on SRNA’s Online Community of Practice. If you are interested in being a mentor, please identify yourself by clicking on BECOME A MENTOR on the Community of Practice and submit the short intake survey.
Thank you for your willingness to give back to the profession of registered nursing!