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Home Health Nursing is about patients receiving nursing care in their home. Home health nurses have a new environment every day and face many challenges. Patients are going home from the hospital with more acute problems and the home health nurse must rise to the occasion.

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

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The Smell of Death: An Era Gone By

by Brenda F. Johnson This is the third in the series “An Era Gone By” looking this time at how disease modes of... Read More

Hospitals Firing Seasoned Nurses: Nurses FIGHT Back!

by brian Facilities are firing seasoned, higher paid nurses and utilizing younger less experienced nurses. ... Read More

Dear nursing students: We need to talk about homework help

by Rose_Queen Nursing school and the assignments that instructors give require effort on students’ parts to get... Read More

End of Life: The Final Word

by jeastridge Words matter all the time. It’s just that at the end of life, there are so few of them left, that... Read More

Anatomy of a Code

by Lynda Lampert, RN Only someone who works as a nurse or who has been in a code knows what it is like. The shifting,... Read More

Is it Ethical to Refuse to Treat a Patient due to Sexual Identity?

by Lynda Lampert, RN The constant debate over the rights of those who identify with a particular sexual identity seems... Read More

"I Know How to Wash My Hands": An Era Gone By

by Brenda F. Johnson Second in the series “An Era Gone By”, we take a look at how new mothers found a nursemaid, or... Read More

Virtual Reality. Ch 7

by Julie Reyes, DNP, CPNP-AC, RN Dawn and Rhonda. I could not have made it this far without them. We all have those friends – the... Read More

Random Valuable NCLEX Facts :)

by RNsRWe Just took the NCLEX and now have a bunch of questions about how we think you did, whether the PVT... 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

Why I Love IV Nurses

by Lynda Lampert, RN IV teams are a luxury that most facilities don’t have. Yet in the facilities where IV nurses are on the job, the patients have more opportunity for... Read More

Is this you? "Freaking out! So Scared! Terrified!"

by GrnTea Every new semester we hear from students who describe themselves as scared about what they're about to start. Are you among them? I'd like to say you... Read More

How Nurses Can Create An Autism Friendly Emergency Room

by Michael M. Heuninckx With rates increasing of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), nurses have the duty to increase their awareness and knowledge about... Read More

Being a hostage to your bladder

by Pixie.RN Oh, the joys of a new nursing job: finding your way to the campus! Figuring out where to park! Hunting down scrubs that are the correct color! And... Read More

Inside the Dream: Martin Luther King Jr's Dream to End Health Inequalities

by TheCommuter Although 2015 has arrived, the United States still grapples with alarming health disparities that existed prior to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s... Read More

Get the Job Before Your Interview Starts!

by Bridgid Joseph Changing jobs can be a stressful process for some because of the dreaded interview process. But there are a few pretty simple tips that can help put... Read More

Avoid Kids at ALL Costs! Ch 8

by Julie Reyes, DNP, CPNP-AC, RN In chapter 1, I discussed my reasons for leaving EMS and going into nursing. I wanted to never have to scrape another teenager off of a highway;... Read More

ESRD Patients in the PCP Office

by traumaRUs Patients are living longer and doing more with end organ damage than ever before. They live in the community, work, socialize and generally live... Read More

Is it Cold, Flu, or Gastroenteritis: Explaining the Difference to Patients

by Lynda Lampert, RN What is the difference between the cold, the flu, and gastroenteritis? Usually patients don’t know, so it is important for nurses to know the... Read More


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