Nursing Articles: Shared Knowledge - page 82

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Being a Team Player

Many nurses want to advance in their careers. Few go into the nursing profession planning on being... Read More


Clinical Governance and Risk Managment

One of the aspects of UK healthcare that is supposed to help us provide good quality care for our... Read More

For those who had lost a child in a hospital bed; still searching for their lost hope

Their stories were all congruent. (For those who had lost a child in a hospital bed and still... Read More

Inmates as Patients in Hospital

An issue arose at my hospital during my consolidation as a student, and it had both ethical and... Read More

Active Learning Strategy: Concept Mapping

A concept map is a flowchart or diagram that shows the inter-relationships among concepts (ideas,... Read More

Mommy will be there

People frequently ask why did you become a nurse? Its like the day time talk shows calling an... Read More

How do I clear cookies?

What is 'Automatic Sign-In'? When you sign-in, you will be given the option to 'Remember Me'.... Read More

Structural Equation Modeling (SEM)

structural equations comprehensively represent the complex multidimensional relations among... Read More

Active Learning Strategy: The One-Minute Paper

As teachers, gauging our students' comprehension of class content can be challenging. Sadly, low... Read More

From Teaching to Learning - The Advantages of Passive vs. Active Learning Strategies

Passive learning Occurs when students use their senses to take in information from a lecture,... Read More

Postpartum Mood Disorders

The postpartum period - just after giving birth - is, for most a time of happiness and adjustment to new family roles. However, for some women it is... Read More

For Patrick...

For Patrick He died around 6 a.m last September 23; his death certificate indicated Herniation Syndrome as the cause after few weeks in a... Read More

Quality of Care and Foreign Nurses

Importing foreign trained nurses is no new phenomenon, America has been importing nurses for over fifty years since 1965, according to B.L. Brush and... Read More

New Grads, A Few Words of Encouragement

After reading so many threads here on about the hard times many new grads are having at getting jobs, I just wanted to share a few... Read More

Just One Person

shift change. lights blinked and bells dinged in front of almost every room on the 40-bed telemetry unit as day shifters reported off. i organized... Read More

What Are Private Messages?

Private messages work a little like email, but are limited to registered members with 15+posts. You may include BB code, smilies and images in... Read More

Watching My first Open Heart Surgery

I had just started to work at this newer and larger hospital in 1982 and it was on a telemety unit that specialized in post open heart surgery. I... Read More

Um... I don't know what an EKG is.

The good thing about writing about my beginnings in the nursing field more than 2 years after the fact is that it's easy to see how far I've come. ... Read More

Nursing shortages, Baby boomers and the immigrant nurse Part 2

Update on Nursing shortages, Baby boomers and the immigrant nurse It has been a couple of weeks since we reviewed the ongoing poll about foreign... Read More

The Clinical Reflection

a clinical reflection is a descriptive “story” that nursing students write about their clinical day. as simple as this journaling exercise seems, it... Read More

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