Now and Then: Mother-Daughter Perspectives on Nursing

This National Nurses Week we took a candid approach to talk about nursing with a mother and daughter. Both nurses, they share their honest philosophy on what National Nurses Week means to them and what it means to be a nurse. Their different experiences in the nursing industry highlight how nursing has changed throughout recent decades and what the future of nursing might look like.

In light of all that nurses have experienced throughout the profession’s history, the recent pandemic has certainly focused attention on just how necessary nursing is and will always be. Nurses deserve our appreciation, understanding, and support, and where better to start than from a nurse’s personal perspective?


Natalie Vaughn

Senior Content Marketing Manager, Relias

Natalie Vaughn has worked in marketing and communications for more than 15 years, with more than half of her experience dedicated to healthcare quality improvement. At Relias, she partners with physicians, nurses, curriculum designers, writers, and other staff members to shape healthcare content designed to improve clinical practice, staff expertise, and patient outcomes. She obtained a Master of Business Administration degree with a focus in marketing, driven by a passion for understanding consumer behavior, branding strategies, and leveraging thought leaders as innovators within a given industry.

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