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New Grad/Hate My Job/Life is Miserable!

by Ruby Vee After nearly four decades, I still remember my miserable, awful, no good first year of nursing... Read More


Psychological Issue Was More Serious Than Initially Suspected

by RschIVF40 How do you confront a close family member when you suddenly realize he has a serious psychological... Read More

Stop the (Deskilling) Merry-Go-Round, I Want to Get OFF!

by NotReady4PrimeTime de·skill verb (used with object) to remove any need of skill, judgment, or initiative in: jobs... Read More

Only in New York

by Sea_of_Roses I work in a busy emergency dept. in NYC. The atmosphere can get pretty intense, my colleagues and I... Read More

Help....I Can't Take it Anymore!!! - Nurses Coping with Stress

by tnbutterfly Do you have those days when the stress of your job just makes you want to scream?? Maybe you do... Read More

My Love For Being a Pediatric Hematology / Oncology Nurse

by Mramjohn I wanted to share my story on why I love being a Pediatric Hematology / Oncology Nurse. It amazes... Read More

Sure to Get Flamed for This

by Kyrshamarks Time to don the fireproof underwear. It is 0500 and the reality alarm clock is ringing, and some... Read More

An Unapologetic Reasoning On Why You Don't Want To Be A Nurse.

by Mr Midwife Being a nurse is a tough college course to decide to take and too many people are walking in eyes... Read More

Bridging the Communication Gap

by SmoothKeys We often pay little attention to our reading and writing deficiencies even as we appreciate their... Read More

Domestic Violence: Telling Her To Leave Is Not Enough

by Ruby Vee You've done your job; you've noticed that the woman under your care seems to have an awful lot of... Read More

Quality Improvement in End of Life Care

by StefO A literature review done by a graduate nursing student. This literature review explores themes relevant in the literature on ways to improve care... Read More

The Irony of Nursing

by DeepBreath My thoughts on respect and support within this profession. Wrote about personal experiences and shared thoughts among other colleagues. Please add... Read More


by Nurse2beMN Passing the NCLEX took persistence, hard work, and a whole lot of support from the AllNurses community. In addition, it required a number of... Read More

My Study Tips For CRNE

by shompeh I passed the CRNE in my first try this June 4th, 2014. I wanted to share my study tips that helped me become successful in writing the exam. I hope... Read More

LTC 101: What To Expect

by VivaLasViejas Here is a brief guide for new LTC nurses as to what they can expect from their jobs. Included are the good, the bad, and the ugly aspects of working... Read More

Raw: Two Months After Graduation... One Month After Employment...

by ixchel We watched this video on the first day of orientation showing how we'd find ourselves caught up in a "honeymoon" phase, but it would wane quickly to... Read More

A thief named Alzheimer's

by Ahvegas Care giving takes it's toll on family. Alzheimer's robs you of your loved one. How you cope determines your sanity, but it is always a fine line.... Read More

Help Me Understand! UCD Grad Student Reflections

by babaloo8 Nursing as a profession is unique in that there are multiple educational pathways. The decision to advance ones degree is a personal one. As a... Read More

Domestic Violence: What Leaving Feels Like

by Ruby Vee As nurses, we often feel that we know how to help someone. We KNOW that a woman in an abusive relationship should leave, just leave. And we tell... Read More

Do New Graduate Nurses Need a Formal Residency Program?

by JPCummings The following article closely examines the current curriculum of the generic four year baccalaureate degree and questions the inherent limitations of... Read More

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