Authors: Alice Weatherston
This week we’re celebrating the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses’ Neuroscience Nurses Week by highlighting the impacts of neuroscience nursing care across neurology. We explore what a typical (or not so typical!) day is and the diversity of roles within neuroscience nursing, as well as finding out more about the best, worst and strangest parts of the job.
In this article we talk to Rowena G. Ronquillo, Registered Nurse and Clinical Leader at the Neuroscience Center at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore (MD, USA).
Are you a neuroscience nurse? Let us know how this fits with your experiences by commenting below the article!
Rowena G. Ronquillo
Registered Nurse and Clinical Leader at the Neuroscience Center at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore (MD, USA)
Rowena G. Ronquillo has been the Clinical Leader in the Neuroscience (Neurology and Neurosurgery) Center – a 36 bed unit with telemetry – for 9 years and has been with Sinai Hospital for 16 years. She has been a Registered Nurse for 21 years and is a native of the Philippines.
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