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Welcome to Nursing the System 

where nurses learn

to lead healthcare change 

without burning out.

To change the world, you must change the world's systems.

Systems thinking is a cognitive framework, a language, and a set of tools you can use to see real problems and design real solutions  - solutions that last.

With systems thinking, Change Makers:
  • See problems clearly, so we move in the right direction

  • Identify our unique contribution, so we make a real difference

  • Lead effectively, so our teams take action and feel supported

Hey there,

I'm Dr. Claire Phillips, an ER Nurse turned Healthcare Change Specialist.

I founded Nursing the System because I believe that systems change tools in the hands of nurses will be a game changer.

You don't necessarily need to spend more years in the classroom and thousands of dollars in tuition to make an impact. Wherever you are on your change maker journey, we have tools to support you. 

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Tune into
the Change Channel 🎧

An on-the-go series of 10-minute audio episodes, recorded for the healthcare professional who knows we need systems change – and just might want to be a part of it.

As a nurse you can lead change - whether or not
you're in a formal leadership position.

1

Land a

Position of Impact

Personal Statement

Writing Guide &

 Interview with Intention

If you're looking for a new job or applying to grad school, here are concrete steps to take.

2

Learn Systems

Change Fundamentals

Change Maker Essentials

 Course

Over 10 weeks, you'll learn how systems work, ways to reimagine them, and how YOU can start to make an impact.

3

Accelerate

your Influence

1-on-1 Personal Coaching

Clarify your Personal Vision or sharpen your Nurse Leadership skills. We'll work together to advance your mission.

Change Maker   [noun]

A person who changes the world for the common good. They honor complexity, think in systems, and are committed to the lifelong journey.

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