Nursing Articles: Shared Knowledge - page 87

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On Working With Sexual Minorities

Aidan looked up at me with big, mournful eyes. He had come to the city to escape the oppression of... Read More


Writing Multiple Choice Test Items – Part One

you, the nurse educator, must compose 50 multiple choice test items for your course content. you... Read More

"Transcultural Nursing Experience"

Way back to my nursing student life,i was assigned to an unconscious and a big half... Read More

It's up to you

I am a UK trained nurse who has been fortunate enough to come and work in the USA, just over 3 yrs... Read More

Hasidic Jew Admitted for Bone Marrow Transplant

This is a great idea for an article contest! My first thought that came to mind was the month long... Read More

Suicide On The Ward

I remember Elaine Ngatai so well. She was one of the patients I had worked with so many times... Read More

My First Nursing Instructor

We communicated solely by gesture and body language, but the little old German lady taught me more... Read More

no hablo español

Back when I first became a nurse in 1988, I did a lot of my clinicals in different backgrounds in... Read More

How EMS impacts our care of patients in the ER

EMS is our partner in crime so to speak. They bring us the good, bad and the ugly. The care that... Read More

Long-term antepartum care in the hospital

Care of the antepartum patient that's on your unit for an extended length of time can be a huge... Read More

OB Nurse in a Small Rural Hospital

A long time ago in a hospital far, far away, I was the sole obstetrical nurse covering my night shift. In this small, rural facility, I also had a... Read More

Rejecting the Transplant

It was snowing to beat all. Two feet was down already, and more was falling. Driving the little Toyota down the highway, I was thinking, where will... Read More

Students with Disabilities

You have been assigned a student who is a paraplegic and in a wheelchair to your clinical group. You wonder about her physical competency to perform... Read More

My life in Ireland and US...still learning but worth it!

I don't know how to start with this but let me tell you about myself first. I am a Filipino nurse who have 7 years working experience in the... Read More

Day One in the Life of a Nursing Student

Standing at the nursing station, alone, my first day at the hospital, I silently planned my escape. The nurse who was assigned my proctor, my... Read More

Culture of Violence

Culture of Violence It is a brisk winter morning. I am looking foreword to a little rest and hope to enjoy some of the festive spirit that seems... Read More

Matua and Joseph Smith Junior, a night at the Psychiatric Ward

Matua was one of the patients referred to as "well-known to mental health services" i.e. in and out very often indeed. He is a very clever man -... Read More

Why I Want To Be a Nurse (life story/thanks to good nurses)

I have not had a chance to edit/review the article, so bear with me. It is sort of a life story/thanks to good nurses. Why I Want to Be a... Read More

Strangest Lost one I ever had.....

Strangest lost one I ever had. After reading the “lost one” post, I got to thinking about the strangest “Lost one” I ever had. Back several... Read More

Critical Incident Stress Debriefing

What is a Critical Incident Stress Debriefing? A Critical Incident Stress Debriefing is a meeting involving mental health providers, peers, perhaps... Read More

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