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9 Tips to Help You Achieve Your Education Goals

Presented By Our healthcare landscape is continuously evolving and changing. In a world of continuous... Read More

I'm an LPN and I understand.

by downsouthlaff Not being phased out. But being forced back to our traditional role as Licensed Practical Nurse.... Read More

Acing the Interview: Tips for Getting the Job

by Lynda Lampert, RN Just having an awesome resume isn't enough to get the job these days. To land a position in your... Read More

There Were no Good Samaritans: Perform CPR in Strange Places

by enkwanta This article discusses how nurses and other individuals, not just health care workers can save... Read More

ABC’s of Pediatric Respiratory Assessment, Part 2: Respiratory Distress

by ElizabethStoneRN Children are so resilient. When they are sick, their young bodies compensate in amazing ways,... Read More

The Sad Truth: Version 2.0

by canwil2082 I recently wrote an article about my experience on attempting to find a nursing instructor position... Read More

The Sad Truth: Online Nursing Schools vs Traditional Schools

by canwil2082 The stigma of an online degree remains for some brick and mortar schools. The future of nursing... Read More

The Color of Mourning

by Jacqueline.Damm Nurses form attachments regardless of the protective walls we build. There is power in change and... Read More

“Have you seen the patient in 222 today? I have never seen her smile!”

by Lori215 As a student nurse, it is easy to get frustrated at times and believe all I am doing in clinicals... Read More

The End of the Tunnel...Holy Cow - is that LIGHT?! Ch 9

by Julie Reyes, DNP, CPNP-AC, RN When you are in the midst of nursing school, it seems that you will be stuck in the muck forever –... Read More


by Rbeck911 We all want to improve. In my experience, nurses and complacency do not mix well. But what happens when we set our goals too high? If you are like... Read More

Beyond Burnout: What is Compassion Fatigue?

by Lynda Lampert, RN Burnout and compassion fatigue are often seen together in nurses stressed to the limit. Find out what this common condition is, what the common... Read More

Masturbation Is a Bad Habit: An Era Gone By

by Brenda F. Johnson If you have a child, you remember the first bath. How carefully you placed the baby in the infant tub with the water temperature just right. The... Read More

Understanding Herd Immunity from Vaccination – How much is enough?

by SummitRN Herd Immunity means lowering a population’s susceptibility to a disease to the point where a disease cannot remain endemic, introduced outbreaks fade... Read More

The Hug Heard Around the World

by jeastridge At the end of life, a hospice nurse walks a fine line of being respectful while at the same time providing information that helps families as they... Read More

Clinical Humor

by canwil2082 I remember being a nervous nursing student. Now the tables have flipped, and I have become the nervous clinical nursing instructor! Facilitating the... Read More

Get Your Foot Off My Self Esteem!

by Brenda F. Johnson Are you a nursing student who is having conflict with an instructor? You are not alone, even though you feel as though you are. This is my... Read More

50 Things New Nurses Need to Know about Orientation

by Lynda Lampert, RN Orientation is meant to get a nurse ready for life on the floor, but it can be a gut check that nursing school is not. It is a culture shock and... Read More

How I Passed the NCLEX

by MikeRN84 My names Mike I'm a 30 year old RN who is an eight year military veteran. I'm currently into a RN to BSN bridge program and plan on graduating this... Read More

ABC's of Pediatric Respiratory Assessment: The Basics

by ElizabethStoneRN Once you become a nurse, “ABCs” no longer refer to the beginning of the alphabet. They are the first critical steps of the primary assessment: ... Read More

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