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  • 12:06 am

    Nurses try very hard to practice safe and effective infection control measures. You've just finished with your patient, start to take off the disposable gloves, and there it is, a hole. It's as if you can hear it taunt you as it says, "sometimes meconium just happens". How many times has this happened to you?

  • Sep 21

    Nurses try very hard to practice safe and effective infection control measures. You've just finished with your patient, start to take off the disposable gloves, and there it is, a hole. It's as if you can hear it taunt you as it says, "sometimes meconium just happens". How many times has this happened to you?

  • Sep 21

    Thank you Ruby. We are working on this.

  • Sep 21

    Nurses try very hard to practice safe and effective infection control measures. You've just finished with your patient, start to take off the disposable gloves, and there it is, a hole. It's as if you can hear it taunt you as it says, "sometimes meconium just happens". How many times has this happened to you?

  • Sep 21

    Nurses try very hard to practice safe and effective infection control measures. You've just finished with your patient, start to take off the disposable gloves, and there it is, a hole. It's as if you can hear it taunt you as it says, "sometimes meconium just happens". How many times has this happened to you?

  • Sep 14

    You know you're a nurse if...

    You've been telling stories in a restaurant and had someone at another table throw up.

    (share and add your own below)

  • Aug 19

    "I don't need it, Nurses are never or hardly ever sued". So, does the Nurse actually need Liability insurance? If so, why?

    A couple of questions that should be considered while making this decision would be: "Would my policy provide an attorney to defend me and reimburse me if I incurred costs ... and, "Would my policy include coverage for any disciplinary action taken by the Board of Nursing?"

    What do you think?

    Does the Nurse really need his or her personal liability insurance?

    Do you have one? And, if so, what was the main reason you obtained a policy?

    For more information on how to protect yourself visit our Nursing Liability Insurance page.

  • Aug 19

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  • Aug 18

    "I don't need it, Nurses are never or hardly ever sued". So, does the Nurse actually need Liability insurance? If so, why?

    A couple of questions that should be considered while making this decision would be: "Would my policy provide an attorney to defend me and reimburse me if I incurred costs ... and, "Would my policy include coverage for any disciplinary action taken by the Board of Nursing?"

    What do you think?

    Does the Nurse really need his or her personal liability insurance?

    Do you have one? And, if so, what was the main reason you obtained a policy?

    For more information on how to protect yourself visit our Nursing Liability Insurance page.

  • Aug 17

    "I don't need it, Nurses are never or hardly ever sued". So, does the Nurse actually need Liability insurance? If so, why?

    A couple of questions that should be considered while making this decision would be: "Would my policy provide an attorney to defend me and reimburse me if I incurred costs ... and, "Would my policy include coverage for any disciplinary action taken by the Board of Nursing?"

    What do you think?

    Does the Nurse really need his or her personal liability insurance?

    Do you have one? And, if so, what was the main reason you obtained a policy?

    For more information on how to protect yourself visit our Nursing Liability Insurance page.

  • Aug 15

    "I don't need it, Nurses are never or hardly ever sued". So, does the Nurse actually need Liability insurance? If so, why?

    A couple of questions that should be considered while making this decision would be: "Would my policy provide an attorney to defend me and reimburse me if I incurred costs ... and, "Would my policy include coverage for any disciplinary action taken by the Board of Nursing?"

    What do you think?

    Does the Nurse really need his or her personal liability insurance?

    Do you have one? And, if so, what was the main reason you obtained a policy?

    For more information on how to protect yourself visit our Nursing Liability Insurance page.

  • Aug 15

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  • Aug 10

    Do you remember how difficult it was deciding which nursing school to attend? How difficult it was to find feedback on costs, instructors, and academics?

    There are many who are going through the same thing you did.

    YOU CAN HELP THEM!

    It doesn't take much - just 1 minute of your time can go a long way.

    Your feedback is valuable.

    ↪ Submit Your School Review Today!

    As you grow expectations are different so we recommend you submit separate unique reviews during your journey.

    You can review any school as a Pre-Student, Student, Alumni, Parent, or Employee.

    We know privacy is important so Anonymous reviews are allowed.

    If your school is not listed please leave a request at http://allnurses.com/allnurses-news-...s-1109465.html

  • Aug 9

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  • Aug 9

    Sending Like, Kudos, and a big Thank You!

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