When working as a nurse with long shifts and lots of patients, it is easy to forget what it’s like to be a patient.
Nurses show up, even when uncertainty is the only thing we know to be true.
Unfortunately so. Due to many important factors, the demand for nurses is rising at a staggering rate.
When changing nurse jobs means changing specialties, nurses should know that they are not limited by what they currently do any more than doctors are.
Today, there is a greater movement towards virtual Continuing Education courses and less emphasis on live seminars, which were so predominant and popular for so many years.
Nurses endure the inner stretch of their emotional, relational, and spiritual muscles on a daily basis.
How do you break back in to nursing after being gone so long? It’s possible, and there’s a lot to do to get there.
Learn about the relatively new role of Clinical Nurse Leader from a passionate and seasoned CNL.
Every nurse encounters a number of patients who are difficult to work with; here are five tips on how to deal with them.
Slowly but surely, technology is invading every workplace in America. Now it’s nursing’s turn.