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True Unsung Heroes

by J Craig

This article shoes how Nurses are generally viewed and how they should be viewed. It showcases what... Read More

Alzheimer's: Communicating in Pictures

Sometimes it's difficult to know how to spend time with an Alzheimer's patient. How do you talk to... Read More

Nursing Funnies: Hilarity from the Trenches

A random collection of nursing and student humor from the author of "The Paws That Refresh Us: A... Read More

My experience with pre and post NCLEX tricks, tips, and anxiety

by JSS024

This article outlines my experience pre and post the NCLEX. I did my research regarding all of the... Read More

A Mother's Touch

by jaelpn

Memories are a treasured secret; sometimes we bury these memories in the back of our minds and one... Read More

Changes in the NHS under the "ConDem" governement

by XB9S

What will the change mean for nurses who work within the NHS, and what do our overseas colleagues... Read More

Helping staff cope with perinatal loss

by Elvish

Perinatal loss - part 1 was about helping women who are experiencing or have experienced perinatal... Read More

Observations of Haiti - "the Event" and "my Return"

My observations of Haiti during two deployments in the month following the January 12, 2010... Read More

The Paws That Refresh Us: A Series of Unfortunate Events

What happened when Lucy the bulldog and Fritz the cat met for the first time in the assisted dining... Read More

You Want Me To Do WHAT??!

One of the many unexpected delights of my new job as DNS in an assisted living community is the... Read More

Old Nurse-Bet Me!

Overview done with humor, from an experienced old nurse who is older than "dirt" on surviving in a world of young, fresh nurses, working in a... Read More

Studying in the UK: A guide to Academic Writing

by XB9S

I've just finished marking assignments in my capacity as a part time lecturer. Within the work there are such common, and easily rectified themes... Read More

Mental Capacity Act 2005: What it means for your practice

by XB9S

The Mental Capacity Act 2005 (c.9) came into force in April 2007. It's primary focus was to provide a legal framework for adults who were felt to... Read More

Welcome to the ICU

Welcome to the ICU! We're happy to have you here. Not only are you going to ease our staffing issues, but hopefully you'll be here to take care of me... Read More

You've Gotta Know the Lingo

So this morning as I was enthroned upon the seat of wisdom, trying to decide what I was going to do with these precious 48 hours of weekend and... Read More

Interpreting the Unsaid

Having worked in geriatrics for more than a decade it is one of the most fascinating fields of nursing. Due to all the normal changes that takes... Read More

The Best Advice I Never Got

A few nuggets of wisdom gleaned from years of nursing and even more years of living. After all---there's gotta be SOMETHING that compensates for all... Read More

Facing the World Ahead...

by jaelpn

Although we have often felt like giving up, because of nurses, we have given hope and faith to others. Cherish your dreams for not what we are now,... Read More

Grieving a perinatal loss

by Elvish

When I tell people I'm a mother-baby nurse, the usual reaction is, "Oh, what a great job that must be!" Sometimes, that's a true statement. But what... Read More

What Keeps Me Coming Back

by Elvish

In spite of the frustrations faced daily by most nurses, there are certain things that keep me coming back to my job day after day. This is about... Read More

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