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Pre-order Stigmatized: A Hero's Journey

Increase your income, while plunging into a new BOOMING industry. 

Stigmatized is the resource that you’ve been waiting for if you…

 

  • Are ready to walk in purpose and explore greater possibilities in healthcare.
  • Want to examine content that originates from a diverse perspective, and isn’t white washed.
  • Can identify flaws in the healthcare system, and want to play an active role in addressing some of those issues.
  • Realize there are few opportunities for true growth in the healthcare industry.
  • Are tired of working hard with little to no substantial acknowledgement or compensation.
  • Want to expose yourself to a blueprint that can enact change.
  • Want to learn more about healthcare from a holistic perspective.

What People Are Saying:

In my opinion, nurses continue to be underappreciated heroes. Nurses do an enormous amount for the patients but don’t usually get the admiration or love that doctors get. Books like this help highlight the importance and continue to share necessary information to improve society as a whole.

Bryan Fields

Some of the best aspects of the books is that it allows nurses to be aware that they are bigger and can be bigger than some of the traditional stigmas that come with the job. I believe the essence of the book is to allow nurses who have been through a similar background, aware that their expertise can be put to the greater good, which was a part of their original goal to help people. And that as a nurse cannabis navigator to their patients, they can not only take hold and be a part of the of the cannabis adjunct therapies, but they can also make a living helping people with their core issues...

Patrick Kelly

I like how this book actually highlights that there are different avenues in nursing, especially yours as you will highlight more of this I'm sure in your book. We kinda think hospitals and jails but that’s not the case. It also gives a lot of self reflection to nurses in the profession.

Anyi Atabong