23032418_1146595082140135_658510398091489041_nWelcome to The Home of The Relentless School Nurse!

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Being relentless is what it takes to be a change agent in nursing. Relentless school nursing calls us to expand our practice beyond the walls of our health offices and into the community. We understand the connection between home, school, and the health office.  Relentless school nurses are leaders in their school communities, they are vigilant about safety, proactive about prevention and called upon as a resource by those they serve. Be relentless in your practice, whatever it is!

What is your definition of relentless? Would you join me in exploring what that means? Look around this page, comment on the blog, and start a discussion about what it means to you to be relentless in your practice.

Definition of relentless

showing or promising no abatement of severity, intensity, strength, or pace unrelenting 

  • relentless pressure
  • relentless campaign

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15 thoughts on “Home”

  1. To me relentless means having a goal in sight and not giving up on that goal. You know the answer, you know enough!

    1. Thank you so much Nadina! I appreciate your great review of the site and hope you visit often!

  2. Relentless—always, always striving to support my students, walk along side my colleagues and promoting the valuable role of the school nurse.

  3. This website is beautiful!!

    To me relentless means having a great determination to pay any price that would bring positive changes to my students, their families, and my colleagues.

    1. Thank you so much Rebecca, it is an honor to work with you, because I know how much time and love you devote to our students.

  4. Thank you for encouraging us to share “a day at work” yesterday in class. I would like to share my experiences in your blog and wondered how to get started.

    1. Hi Wanda, I am so glad that you are interested in contributing to the Relentless School Nurse blog. It is easy and fun, this is what I need to get started:
      1. Your story of “What Happened at School Today”, it can be up to 500 words, less is more sometimes.
      2. A brief professional bio
      3. A picture of you!
      4. A brief description of your school community, including workload, number of buildings you cover, grades served and whether it is urban, suburban or rural.

    2. Hi Wanda, I thought I answered your message, but it looks like it did not go through! I would love to host your contribution. It is easy and fun. All I need is a brief write-up, 500 words or less, a brief bio and a picture! I will put it togther and then publish it on the Relentless School Nurse site.

  5. Go Robin! So inspired by the work and dedication you show for the kids and school nurses.
    Former student,
    Helen Macchiavelli

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The Relentless School Nurse: 2018 Top Nursing Blog

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