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NursingCollage.SmNurses have a long history of being significantly disempowered. Historically, nurses served as "handmaidens" to all-mighty physicians, running at doctors' beck and call. The role of the nurse has changed over the years, but we nurses still need to feel empowered to fulfill the promise of our profession.

During the twentieth century, many important factors served to empower nurses (the majority of whom were women) to come into their own. The rise of feminism in the 1960s was a crucial salvo that began to break down societal barriers for women. The subsequent emergence of so-called "Third-Wave Feminism" in the latter decades of the twentieth century was a more recent manifestation of women seizing the cultural power that was their natural birthright (but often out of reach due to long-standing patriarchal structures.)

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March1HeadShot.12.31.12Lori Greenhill RN BSN, the CEO of Concierge Services/Nurses of Augusta, is a legal nurse consultant assisting attorneys who handle medical malpractice and personal injury cases. She serves as the President for the Greater Augusta Chapter of the American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants (AALNC) and is also the VP of the BNI-RPH Chapter. Lori firmly believes in "Givers Gain" by utilizing her experience to help nurses, healthcare, and businesses professionals to grow their businesses.


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