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There is nothing we can do

There is nothing we can do

by nutella - The writing captures a common experience when a serious illness cannot be cured and provides insight into communication around serious illness. It offers wording a nurse can use that elicits a...

January is Blood Donor Month!

January is Blood Donor Month!

by Brenda F. Johnson - January is the month chosen by the American Red Cross as Blood Donation Month to honor the people who donate blood and platelets and also due to the fact that this month is historically low for...

What are you an “expert” in on your unit?  Becoming the “go-to” guy/gal for ...

What are you an “expert” in on your unit? Becoming the “go-to” guy/gal for ...

by cjcsoon2bnp - No one can be an expert in everything but being a professional nurse means finding a specialty and spending your career learning all that you can to advance the delivery of care and promotion of best...

Caring for nurses in a multicultural environment

Caring for nurses in a multicultural environment

by supernursern1 - This article is all about my personal experience caring for clients from a different culture. It includes the challenges I encountered and ways how I overcome those challenges to give quality care to...

National Nurse Anesthetist Week - January 22-28, 2017

National Nurse Anesthetist Week - January 22-28, 2017

by JanineKelbach - What is a nurse anesthetist? What are the restrictions of an anesthetist vs an anesthesiologist? What kind of training is involved? Where can you work/where do many work? What are some benefits of...

Tipping (Sacred) Cows and Evidence-Based Practice Part II

Tipping (Sacred) Cows and Evidence-Based Practice Part II

by Nurse Beth - Here’s Cow Tipping Part II. Read Tipping (Sacred) Cows and Evidence-Based Practice Part I for best practice on stopping continuous enteral feedings for repositioning; the use of Trendelenburg to...

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