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by BizzyBeeNursing - I sat there perplexed as my uncle posed this question to me at the dinner table? How did "please pass the salt" turn into an inquiry about FNP school? Did he think I endured all those all-nighters,...

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Back to Basics: Spine Health for Nurses

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Mandatory Staffing is a Cop Out

by My_NurseConsultant - Mandatory Overtime is a lazy way of making sure that the shifts are adequately staffed. When you mandate staff, you unconsciously say three things about your company's style

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