Athletes and entertainers rake in millions—multimillions, actually—while those who save lives, such as nurses, struggle to make ends meet, put food on the table, and repay their student loans.
Interviewing for a new nursing job? Here are 10 tips to help you make sure you are well-prepared and set up for success on the big day.
Have you ever wondered when it’s time to quit your nursing job and move on? Are you stuck in a job, uncertain where to go next as a nurse? Or do you just need a change of scenery?
Burnout remains a common problem within nursing. Is travel nursing the cure?
School nurse shortages have been reported in recent years in California, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Montana, Colorado, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, and Florida.
Nurses are renowned for not taking good care of themselves, ostensibly because they’re so busy taking care of others and living the lives of the saints that they are perceived to be.
There is increased diversity in gender and race/ethnicity within the nursing workforce, according to a new study.
Based on current trends, it’s estimated that 64% of nurses in acute care hospital units will have a degree by 2020—falling short of the 80% goal.
Despite nursing being a noble profession, the sexy nurse stereotype refuses to die. With Halloween (and scores of women dressed as such) rapidly approaching, we take a look at why, and what you can do to stop it.
Nurses, physicians, and other professionals working in trauma centers know fully well that, at any time of day or night, ambulances and vehicles filled with victims could arrive after a violent situation unfolds.