Nursing Community for Nurses - page 15

Education, experience, and shared knowledge makes a well-informed nurse. allnurses is the leading networking site for nurses and nursing students in all levels of the profession. You will find answers to all your questions, lively debates, helpful articles, nursing jobs, degree program information, and so much more. What kind of nurse do you want to be?

An Unapologetic Reasoning On Why You Don't Want To Be A Nurse.

Being a nurse is a tough college course to decide to take and too many people are walking in eyes... Read More

Bridging the Communication Gap

We often pay little attention to our reading and writing deficiencies even as we appreciate their... Read More

Domestic Violence: Telling Her To Leave Is Not Enough

You've done your job; you've noticed that the woman under your care seems to have an awful lot of... Read More

Inspiration is the Fancy Half of Breathing

by jadelpn

Gives new meaning to the phrase "take a breath". Ethics classes in nursing should start looking at... Read More

Critique of nursing school

Many nursing schools are mediocre. They are dropping the ball on teaching unifying concepts, which... Read More

Expecting the Unexpected

Life's circumstances have a funny way of forcing an individual to reevaluate goals and weigh... Read More

Biting Your Tongue

Haven't we all had to bite our tongues at times in order NOT to say that which is desperately... Read More

How I Passed NCLEX-RN the second time.

I wanted to share my story for anyone who is struggling with fear about the NCLEX...Fear held me... Read More

One Strategy To Land a Nursing Job: The End Around

If you're looking for a nursing job the competition is fierce, especially for new grads with no... Read More

A Time to reflect

Nursing has been a rewarding career for me. Looking back, I never thought my way of thinking could... Read More

Help Me Understand! UCD Grad Student Reflections

Nursing as a profession is unique in that there are multiple educational pathways. The decision to advance ones degree is a personal one. As a... Read More

Domestic Violence: What Leaving Feels Like

As nurses, we often feel that we know how to help someone. We KNOW that a woman in an abusive relationship should leave, just leave. And we tell... Read More

Do New Graduate Nurses Need a Formal Residency Program?

The following article closely examines the current curriculum of the generic four year baccalaureate degree and questions the inherent limitations of... Read More

To Those Educators That Care

A thank you to those professors, clinical instructors, registered nurses, and preceptors who take the time to instruct nursing students. Who actually... Read More

What I Would Love To Send to My Hospital's Inpatient DON

by Lev <3

Nursing is a very physically and emotionally demanding profession. Here are some ideas I would love to send to my DON that would make my job a little... Read More

The Worst Hospital Visitor I've Ever Seen

Not every family who visits is there to be supportive of the patient. Some of them are even downright unsupportive. Here are some of the worst... Read More

You could instantly tell something was wrong

A nurse's intuition / insight are essential aspects that can allow one the ability to make a difference in someone else's life ... You could... Read More

NCLEX question? READ THIS!

by RNsRWe

Preparing to take the NCLEX soon and have questions? Have you just taken the exam and have more questions? Have you begun working on your last frayed... Read More

Ten Tips for New Grad Nurses

These tips will help any new nursing graduate find a great job from the get-go! Even an experienced nurse may benefit from following these points. I... Read More

Emergency Response for Dummies

As camp nurses we are asked to fulfill the role of emergency response for our organizations. This article is meant to help nurses get a handle on... Read More

A Big Thank You To Our Sponsors