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Tipping Point

Taking Off

Candice Rettie, PhD 0 345

Nearly two decades ago, the Canadian journalist Malcolm Gladwell popularized the concept of “tipping point,” in his bestselling book of the same name. According to Gladwell, the tipping point is the notion of being “in a place where the unexpected becomes expected, where radical change is more than a possibility.  It is – contrary to all our expectations – a certainty.”

I see indicators of radical change regarding NP postgraduate training at every level: individual, organizational, and, perhaps most importantly, national.

Hope Transforms

2018 Holiday Season

Candice Rettie, PhD 0 530
Eight-year-old Virginia O’Hanlon’s letter to the editor of The New York Sun in 1897 is timeless. “Please tell me the truth.  Is there a Santa Claus?” she asked.  Her letter is based in hope, and a belief in something that can’t be seen.  And that, contrary to what some might say, doing good is rewarded by more good acts—like presents under the tree!  Let’s celebrate our collective and personal hopes and beliefs in all that is good.  Let’s continue to transform healthcare through our belief that access to excellent healthcare is a right for all.
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