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The Ovarian Cancer Blues

by OCNRN63 Ovarian cancer is the 5th leading cause of cancer death in women, and it is the most lethal of all... Read More

Press Release - allnurses Survey Says Nurses are Bullish on the Industry Outlook

by tnbutterfly What do nurses think about the outlook of the nursing profession? What they wish the public knew... Read More

My true calling

by Sayangku Nursing is selfless and Self-awareness. Time really flies so fast,modern technologies are... Read More

Lynda Van Devanter - A True Hero

by RNIBCLC I wrote this article because I read the book "Home By Morning" by Lynda Van Devanter and found it... Read More

Online Nursing Study Tips: What Has Worked For Me

by TheCommuter Many newly enrolled students want to find a way to accelerate through WGU's RN-to-BSN degree... Read More

How are you easing your first day jitters?

by augurey Fear and self doubt are very powerful emotions. It can control you and debilitate you if you allow... Read More

Nursing and Michelangelo

by SarahLeeRN This article discusses what nursing is and how to express nursing. This article in a sense an... Read More

I Wasn't Called to Nursing, I Just Showed Up.

by Lori215 I was one of those straight A, AP, National Honor Society kids in high school, so I was a little... Read More

That's A Wrap! Exploring Wound Management

by babaloo8 In the US, we spend 10 times more on the care of chronic wounds than the entire annual budget of... Read More

Don't You Just Love It?

by Ruby Vee Don't you just love it when established posters get called out by new members who don't like the... Read More

The DEU Model of Nursing Education

by kalycat Information for students evaluating nursing programs; comparison between traditional and DEU models and the clinical experiences provided. Links to... Read More

Little did she know, her life was about to change forever.

by RschIVF40 She could remember it like it was yesterday... She was at work when the abdominal pain and nausea started. She assumed this was from a little food... Read More

The Devil and Delta Webster

by VivaLasViejas Come along with a swing shift charge nurse and a colorful denizen of a long-term care unit as they battle the record-shattering heat of a long summer... Read More

On Negative Feedback

by Ruby Vee Negative feedback is something that we all encounter in our lives, both giving and receiving. Neither is easy and most kind people would rather give... Read More

On having 2 titles: Nurse and Patient

by MariposaLPN What happens when you're both a patient and a nurse? As a diabetic I wear two titles: LPN and diabetic. Although I am sad to have been diagnosed with... Read More

Alzheimer's Disease

by lprutean Alzheimer's Disease affects 5 million American people. The underlying cause of the disease is still unknown and a cure is not available at this time.... Read More

Army Nursing: All Good Things Must Come To An End

by Pixie.RN March 2014 came and went with me returning home from my nine-month deployment to Afghanistan and having three years of active duty under my... Read More

So I married a mysophobic...

by opdahlamber My husband is scared of germs. At the gas station, he eyes the credit card machine with rancor. At the grocery store, he digs for fruit buried on the... Read More

I Remember What It Was Like To Be A Terrified Nursing Student.

by Ruby Vee I've learned a bit in nearly four decades at the bedside -- and I still remember what it was like to be brand new. Here's some wisdom -- and an... Read More

The Start of a New School Year

by RN403 Not too long ago, I was preparing to start my first day of nursing school and I remember how nervous I was walking into that lecture hall. Upon... Read More

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