Your Humorous Motivational Speaker for Nurses Week

Here’s one great idea for Nurses Week. Bring a humorous, motivational Irishman to engage and entertain.

Conor Cunneen is an Irishman happily exiled in Chicago where he says the natives are friendly, and he has been force fed more corned beef and green beer than he ever had in Ireland! He is also a humorous, motivational speaker who is in regular demand for nurses week, nursing and oncology conferences.

 

More details on this easy going Irishman at http://irishmanspeaks.com/

 

Conor is a two time cancer survivor whose ability as a speaker to Energize, Educate and Entertain nursing, healthcare, oncology groups ensures he is an in demand speaker.

This Irishman is an in-demand speaker for Nurse Leadership, Nurse Educational programs and of course as a humorous, motivational speaker for nurses week.

 

The Future of Nursing Education: Ten Trends to Watch SEE http://www.nln.org/nlnjournal/infotrends.htm

 

The following are just some of the testimonials for this motivational, funny speaker for nurses and nursing week.

 

TESTIMONIALS

 

” Fantastic speaker on the Gift of GAB — much appreciated and taken to heart to be used when times can be difficult at home and at work. Thank you. I wish more of our staff nurses could experience it. We will have to take the message back.” Edward Hospital

 

“Mr. Cunneen should definitely come back. If there was a presentation to put in mandatory education — this is it.” Edward Hospital

 

 

I encourage you to take a couple minutes, follow the link and learn more. Conor is a noted Irish humorist, author and motivational speaker. He was utterly charming, funny and engaging — but, also drove home a real “life lesson” in just 15 short minutes as he warmed up the crowd before our live auction. I know that our attendees, including FHN staff, enjoyed mingling and visiting with him, too. Conor excels at employee motivation and would likely be reasonably priced, since he lives in a Chicago suburb — Sandra Stengel FHN Freeport

 

Charming, engaging and memorable. You struck just the right balance of Irish wit and smart business sense. Thanks for helping to make our event a success! FHN Freeport

 

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It is only fitting that the theme for this year’s National Nurses Week is “Nurses: Leading the Way.” After all, nurses lead the way in showing an elderly patient how to manage his or her diabetes. They lead the way in making sure their patients – children and adults – get the vaccinations they need. They lead the way in helping our young moms learn how to care for their infants. And they lead the way in conducting research to promote high-quality life for those with chronic illnesses, and to help all of us stay healthy across the lifespan.

And nurses, our trusted advisers on health issues, led the way in reaching out to their patients, neighbors, and families to make sure they enrolled in health insurance coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace. Nurses, who are on the frontlines of health care, know firsthand how important coverage can be to their patients: to their health, their peace of mind, and their financial security.

We’re continuing to rely on nurses to help educate patients, some of whom had never had health insurance before, on how to use their newly acquired coverage to get the vital preventive and primary care they need. Nurses are also helping patients use new health information technology tools to manage their own care and ultimately improve their health.

That is why this Administration invests in workforce development, education, and training for nurses.

As a result of funding through the Affordable Care Act and other investments, the Administration has greatly expanded the National Health Service Corps and the NURSE Corps, two initiatives that provide educational loan repayment and scholarships in return for practice in the nation’s medically underserved communities. More than 3,680 National Health Service Corps and NURSE Corps nurses – including 1,889 nurse practitioners and 1,475 registered nurses – are providing care across the country to those who need it most.

 

That is why this Administration invests in workforce development, education, and training for nurses.

As a result of funding through the Affordable Care Act and other investments, the Administration has greatly expanded the National Health Service Corps and the NURSE Corps, two initiatives that provide educational loan repayment and scholarships in return for practice in the nation’s medically underserved communities. More than 3,680 National Health Service Corps and NURSE Corps nurses – including 1,889 nurse practitioners and 1,475 registered nurses – are providing care across the country to those who need it most.

 

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