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Student Resources: Health Assessment Materials

the following are an assortment of free materials on the internet i have compiled over the years.... Read More

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I made it through

one of my earliest memories as a child was my mother telling me that i was prettier than my sister... Read More

Student Resources: Sequential Narrative Notes

EXAMPLE: Pt with tracheostomy on the rehab unit. 0700 – Received pt in bed, resting quietly... Read More

Ruby's Marbles

Having been a nurse for almost thirty years, I remeber the days when we had time to sit and... Read More

What Do Operating Room Nurses Do?

The RN specializing in Perioperative Nursing practice performs nursing activities in the... Read More

BSN to PhD Nursing Programs

BSN to phd programs offer a more direct path to the phd in nursing, with the aim of increasing the... Read More

You Can't Make This Stuff Up!

As a nurse of some years' duration, I've often been accused of harboring a rather warped sense of... Read More

RN to MSN Programs

Rn to msn programs directly bridge rns with diplomas and associate degrees to the master's degree... Read More

"I hear voices"

ETA: Some people have reported they found the context of this story unclear. To set the scene a... Read More

Preventing FRUTI (Foley Related Urinary Tract Infection) in LTACH

While working as the Quality Manager for a LTACH (Long Term Acute Care Hospital) one of my... Read More

My Grown-Up (Nursing) Christmas List

Yes, I know there are still approximately 75 shopping days till Christmas, but at this time of the year, time flies so quickly that before you turn... Read More

An angel's gaze

People are rarely born being who they are to become, life experiences change and mold a person and create who they are. My path in life was forever... Read More

A Sister Never Forgets

When I was nine years old, my brother Adam was murdered by someone who was supposed to be caring for him. His murder went unsolved and unprosecuted... Read More

Patients We All Know and Love

As I've grown older (and hopefully wiser), I've become more and more appreciative of the human animal. Each and every one of us is different from... Read More

My Little Old Jedi

Okay, so here's my story: I'm hopping along in my job as an aide on the intensive care unit at a local hospital. I love my job, the nurses I work... Read More

Student Resources: Nursing Diagnoses

What are nursing diagnoses and how do they differ from medical diagnoses? How do nursing diagnoses fit in the nursing process and why are they so... Read More

Ten Things A Nurse Doesn't Want to Hear

We've all heard them.............those hackneyed phrases and dopey questions people often direct at nurses because they truly do not understand what... Read More

I love this job......

:twocents:When I first decided to become a CNA I wasn't sure if it's what I wanted. I wasn't sure if I wanted to do the dirty work, to get so... Read More

Entry into Practice: Diploma Programs for Registered Nursing

Diploma programs are the oldest and most traditional type of nursing education in the United States. These programs are two to three years in... Read More

Error and Attitude

I committed this medication error during my first month of training in the hospital. I was assigned in the medical/surgical/pediatric floor of the... Read More


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