by Nurse Beth - Jessica's Story
Jessica was a young, conscientious nurse in her first year of nursing.
Jessica was having a typical busy day on Tele. One of her patients, a... Read More →
by ShelbyLPN1992 - I've been an LPN in New Orleans now for about a year and a half. I started out just OK with my career choice. Since I'm an LPN, the choices of work that I have are... Read More →
by The Nurse Motivator - Mastering the art of working in the clinical environment should be seen as a work in progress for each of us. Looking to enhance your clinical skills and game? ... Read More →
by marcos9999 - I enjoy working as a nurse, I love being around patients and care for them; I like it because it is personable. But I also love being around nurses. I enjoy their... Read More →
by spunkygirl1962 - Keep Moving!
By Michele Bone BSN, MHS, RN
Have you ever been at work and said to yourself: “I need to exercise,... Read More →
by Michelle Rhodes - 2017 is right around the corner! We are almost at the point where yet another year ends and a new one begins! This is always a very refreshing time for me. One... Read More →
by Nurse Beth - Jamie looked at the framed group photo on the wall of Cohort 22, the 24 new grad nurses who started a year ago in 2015. They all look so happy and eager. Where are... Read More →
by RobbiRN - Mr. Aldred is relatively calm as I start an IV and draw some blood for his labs. His chest pain started two hours ago while he was watching TV, eating some chips,... Read More →
by The Nurse Motivator - Paper purchased. Ribbons stacked up. Scissors and tape ready to go. How about the gifts? Are you feeling a tad Bah humbug and a little slow with your purchases? ... Read More →
by Nurse Beth - Recently at the nurse's station at work, I was talking with Lisa. Lisa was wearing a surgical mask. To keep her job, she has to wear a mask until flu season is over... Read More →
by Ruby Vee - We all have had these fantasies of what our preceptor would be like: warm, nurturing, a mother who protects you from doctors, managers and raging Physical... Read More →
by spotangel - The night Nursing Supervisor was giving me report. I was taking over half the hospital including ICU, CCU, ER, LR, NICU, Postpartum and a bunch of other units. The... Read More →
by pearsoaj - I have worked as a private duty home health nurse for almost three years in this is the only area of nursing I have been employed in. In my current position, I work... Read More →
by Bridgid Joseph - There have been lots of articles about animals at Nursing Homes and long-term care facilities, but there isn’t a lot out there about animals brought to the... Read More →
by nurselyfe4115 - There is this myth that still seems to be circulating around that Physician Assistants (PAs) can do more than Nurse Practitioners (NPs). For example, if you want to... Read More →
by JanineKelbach - It’s Monday morning, you had the weekend off, and it was spectacular! You finally got to relax and are ready to tackle the day. You get to work, coffee in hand, and... Read More →
by madwife2002 - Sleeping while on duty is the number 3 in my top ten of reasons nurses get fired.
In 1910, we slept for an average of 9 hours; by 2002, the average dropped to... Read More →
by benjaeli - Being the wife of an active duty navy sailor, I was accustomed to moving every three to four years and setting up a new life to include securing a new state license... Read More →