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Celebrating all the hardworking nurses out there during *Nursing Week*! 💉💕

In my nursing career, I had the opportunity to work with my former professor and colleague, Elizabeth Sergio, MSN, RN, who played a crucial role as a nursing mentor in my life. During my third semester of nursing education at Quinsigamond Community College, I was enrolled in her classroom and clinical rotation, where I saw her passion for work and her dedication to teaching students. After graduation, I pursued my nursing education graduate program at Worcester State University, where I needed a mentor to guide me through my career path. Without hesitation, I thought of Elizabeth, who I knew could help me navigate through the challenges and opportunities of the nursing profession.

Throughout our mentor-mentee relationship, Elizabeth provided me with valuable skills and knowledge that were essential in shaping my nursing career. She not only taught me about nursing education but also instilled in me a sense of confidence and self-belief. Elizabeth's unwavering support and constructive feedback gave me the courage to pursue my goals and dreams, even when faced with setbacks and obstacles.

Elizabeth was always available to listen to my concerns and provide guidance, which helped me grow into a competent and confident nurse. Her commitment to my nursing career was evident as she pushed me to reach my full potential and encouraged me to learn and grow beyond my comfort zone. Elizabeth's impact on my life and career is immeasurable, and I am forever grateful for her mentorship and guidance.

In conclusion, having a mentor like Elizabeth can make a world of difference in one's nursing career. Her passion for work, dedication to teaching, and commitment to my nursing education and career have helped me become the nurse that I am today. I hope that every nursing student and professional has the opportunity to work with such a wonderful mentor in their careers.


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