Work That Matters

Published on March 26, 2020
By Elena Epstein For Michael Rokovich, BSN, RN, RNC, lead nurse in Surgical Admitting, yoga is so much more than fitness. It’s an anchor—a way to find his center on a daily basis and especially during uncertain times. Rokovich began his career as a restaurant manager in... Read More
Published on March 26, 2020
By Vicki Cho Estrada With an uncle who’s a retired naval officer, another uncle who retired as a chief and one cousin currently on active duty in the Navy, Katrina Lazo, BSN, RN, CPN, felt it was her duty as a nurse to help those who serve on the front lines. In 2015, she... Read More
Published on March 26, 2020
Lauren Bryant, BSN, RN By Candace Pearson CHLA nurses rely on passionate foot power to exercise away their stress and keep fit. Growing up, Lauren Bryant, BSN, RN, 4 West, hated running so much that for years she chose to play goalkeeper on her soccer team. “I was... Read More
Published on March 26, 2020
By Candace Pearson As a lead nurse in the Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation Newborn and Infant Critical Care Unit (NICCU), Brenda Barnum, MA, RN, knows all too well the ethical challenges that bedside nurses face as they care for critically ill newborns and infants.... Read More
Published on March 26, 2020
By Candace Pearson For Anna Kitabjian, MSN, RN, CPNP, the opportunity to manage the care of children with complex needs and to mold a brand new position hold equal satisfaction. “Having the chance to show what a nurse practitioner can do is extremely rewarding,” says ... Read More
Published on February 28, 2020
For Amy Lohmann, working to elevate nurse practitioners is part of the job “My favorite thing about culture at [Children’s Hospital Los Angeles] is that the patient always is the top priority. Everybody here strives to make the experience for our patients the best it can... Read More