Rhonda Collins, DNP, RN

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Rhonda Collins, DNP, RN, has been Vocera’s chief nursing officer since 2014. She is passionate about working in an environment with a culture and products that she views as supporting the greater good. As CNO, she is responsible for working with nursing leadership groups globally; she values interacting with people all over the world who share her life’s mission to make healthcare better. She held the position of vice president at several organizations, and founded the American Nurse Project. A registered nurse for 28 years, Rhonda holds a doctorate of nursing practice from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and a Master of Science in Nursing Administration from the University of Texas at Arlington. She has been with Vocera since 2014.

Articles by Rhonda Collins, DNP, RN

A 5-Point Communication Strategy to Help Reduce Clinicians’ Cognitive Load

Each year around the time of Nurses Week, I write a CNO Perspective report in which I examine a topic I believe to be of current importance to nurse leaders. This year’s report is titled Cognitive Overload, Medical Errors, and a 5-Point Communication Strategy to Help Clinicians Stay Focused…

Enabling Safety and Quality Care
A 5-Point Communication Strategy to Help Reduce Clinicians’ Cognitive Load

Nurses Week 2019: 4 Million Reasons to Create a Safer, More Effective Work Environment

Nurses Week 2019 has 4 million reasons to celebrate, and Vocera nurses account for nearly 50 of them! Visit our Nurses Week web page to see our messages to fellow nurses everywhere.…

Enabling Safety and Quality Care
Nurses Week 2019: 4 Million Reasons to Create a Safer, More Effective Work Environment
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