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School Nursing

By tnbutterfly - “The National Association of School Nurses defines school nursing as a specialized practice of professional nursing that advances the well-being, academic success and lifelong achievement and health of students. To that end, school nurses facilitate normal development and positive student response... Read More

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Travel Nursing

By tnbutterfly - The concept of travel nursing began as a solution to provide additional nurses to areas/hospitals experiencing a nursing shortage. Over the years this has become a very popular option for those wanting to change locations and assignments regularly and have the benefit of vacationing where they... Read More

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Correctional Nursing - A Multi-Tasked Specialty Area for Nurses

By sirI - The Correctional Nurse wears many faces. They are primary care nurses, security nurses and in some correctional facilities, the nurse dealing with those who are critically ill. It takes a special type of individual to take on these tasks without prejudice, remain impartial, and treat the inmate... Read More

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Self-Care for Nurses during the Holidays

By tnbutterfly - Nurses face challenges year round, but we all know the extra stresses that the holidays bring with all the special preparations and activities. With many nurses working stressful jobs having to deal with the health challenges of others as well as their own personal stresses and hectic schedules,... Read More

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Nurse Practitioners

By DidiRN - Nurse practitioners are registered nurses with graduate level degrees and are considered advanced practice nurses. They are able to provide health care services to patients in a variety of different settings. Some responsibilities include: assessing, diagnosing, and managing acute and chronic... Read More

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High-Value and Low-Value Patients

By TheCommuter - Some patient populations are highly prized in our society while others are very much devalued. This is because American society views some clusters of people as ‘high value’ and others as ‘low value.’ Do you believe that all people were created equally? Do you feel that all individuals are treated... Read More

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Nursing School Won't Teach You These Things (Part 1)

By TheCommuter - Student nurses have the awesome opportunity to learn about the art and science of nursing during the time they spend enrolled in school. Nursing students are bombarded with different theories, introduced to procedural skills, drilled on critical thinking strategies, exposed to new information, and... Read More

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Pulmonary Nursing

By dianah - Pulmonary or Respiratory Nurses specialize in caring for people with lung diseases. These conditions may be caused by smoking, genetics or infections, and are some of the most common patient ailments. Pulmonary nurses, while caring for patients with other co-morbidities, have special knowledge... Read More

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Neuroscience Nursing

By dianah - Skilled and dedicated nurses, helping patients using their knowledge and skills of Neuroscience Nursing, make an important difference to vulnerable patients of all ages who have neurological disorders. In the highly-specialized area of Neuroscience Nursing, nurses from RNs to FNPs care for... Read More

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Private Duty Nursing

By DidiRN - Many decades ago, private duty nursing was the primary employer of nurses. Patients and their families hired their own nurses to care for them during periods of illness in the home or in the hospital. In fact, early schools of nursing trained students for this as opposed to a more acute care focus.... Read More

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Certified Nurse Midwives - An APRN Specialty

By sirI - The Certified Nurse-Midwife (CNM) is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) who is a graduate of a nurse-midwifery program and is nationally certified. Many states recognize this specialty and some do not. There are 4 APRN specialty areas: The Certified Registered Nurse... Read More

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Infusion Nursing

By DidiRN - Infusion nursing is a specialty where nurses work exclusively with intravenous therapy and vascular access. Although it may appear a very restrictive area, there is much more to it than just infusing medications. This article gives a general description of this type of nursing along with the... Read More

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Home Health Nursing

By DidiRN - Home health is an area of nursing that is primarily focused on caring for patients in their home. Nurses in this area make intermittent visits to the patient’s home and sometimes in assisted living facilities seeing individuals there. The focus is to keep the patient in their home safely for as... Read More

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Basic Information About the TEAS Test

By TheCommuter - The Test of Essential Academic Skills, more universally known as the TEAS test, is a proctored, standardized examination prepared by the Assessment Technologies Institute (ATI) to determine the overall academic preparedness of pupils who are attempting to enroll in a school’s nursing program or... Read More

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Occupational Health Nursing

By tnbutterfly - The foundation of occupational health nursing is epidemiology, work advocacy, occupational health risk assessment, critical thinking, and educational principals. The Occupational Health Nurse specialty focuses on promotion and restoration of health, prevention of illness and injury, and protection... Read More

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Nurse Massage Therapists

By dianah - With research revealing the many benefits of therapeutic massage, it seems the perfect marriage, combining ones nursing background, with its emphasis on decreasing pain and educating for better patient health and outcomes, with therapeutic massage that can indeed lessen pain, increase patient... Read More

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Nursing Educators/ Faculty

By VickyRN - Nurse educators meld clinical expertise with a passion for teaching to shape future generations of nurses and advance the profession of nursing. Nursing education is a rich and rewarding career choice. Nurse educators help aspiring nurses, novice nurses, and experienced nurses reach their career... Read More

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Compassion is a Commodity

By marshmallownurse - After five days off, I drive to work singing. I'm a little off-key, but the windows are up, and my favorite songs are all queued up in preparation for the forty or so minutes my car will take to weave through 1740 traffic on my way to a place that I used to call my sanctuary. I grew up in... Read More


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