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More Than Competencies and Checklists: The Shadow Side of Nurse Orientation

‘Developing beneficial working relationships is part of a successful nursing orientation. If you’re lucky, your preceptor is explaining the nuances.’

Julianna Paradisi, RN, OCN, is an oncology nurse navigator and writes a monthly post for this blog.

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Nursing Perspective

UK Wildcat Cost Calculator - a new tool to help build our students' financial literacy skills

Don Witt, Associate Provost for Enrollment Management, recently announced the release of a new open, online tool to help our students, their families and us as their champions for student success at UK. 432 more words

Student Success

Coping Well

It’s been slightly more than a week since M1 left. We are adjusting. Suddenly the house seems too big and too quiet despite the fact we still have M2 around. 79 more words


Asexuality Links

Hey all,

These are some cool sites and videos I found. I hope you find them helpful, interesting and enjoyable :-)

Websites –

The Asexual Visibility and Education Network. 64 more words



An asexual is someone who does not experience sexual attraction toward individuals of any gender. Asexuality is a sexual orientation, and is different from celibacy, in that celibacy is the choice to refrain from engaging in sexual behaviors and does not comment on one’s sexual attractions. 587 more words


Definitions of sexuality, orientation and gender.

Hey everyone :-)

Since the age of 12, when my older cousin casually explained to me that she saw two men kissing each other in Dublin…I had no idea such a thing was even possible, I have been learning more and more about not just sexuality but orientation and gender. 2,148 more words


What Could Be Good to Do After Admission to KI?

Dear prospective students,

I would like to forward my warmest congratulations to all of you who got the admission for KI global masters programmes. I think those of you who are not admitted this year should continue working on optimizing your application (I mean if you want to apply again to get it next year). 626 more words