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The Tribulations of an Ebola...Trainer

by Bridgid Joseph You can never be too prepared for Ebola. Training staff to protect themselves in the face of an... Read More


Bullying in the Workplace

by Julie Reyes, DNP, CPNP-AC, RN You have heard it said that "Nurses eat their young", and you may actually have been on the... Read More

Nursing School Won't Teach You These Things (Part 3)

by TheCommuter Nursing students become immersed in the art and science of the profession during the time spent in... Read More

Ebola - My Right to Accept or Refuse an Assignment

by Julie Reyes, DNP, CPNP-AC, RN Ebola has been the dominant topic on the news for a few weeks now. Nurses have been making the... Read More

Musings on Protecting Nurses: Protecting Ourselves and Our Patients

by JaneGilletteRogers Short article regarding recent infections of nurses exposed to ebola. Nurses working with patients... Read More

God Hates Nurses Now

by Ruby Vee You know that "biting my tongue" thread, and the things we'd love to say to patients but we can't,... Read More

When It Comes To A Matter Of National Health, No Nurse Should Ever Fear Retribution

by Michael M. Heuninckx Registered Nurse Briana Aguirre, from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, recently had an... Read More

Ghosts Are All Around Us

by classicalcat As a nurse, I have seen the influence of ghosts: those of the past--the shadowy glimpses of those... Read More

Not So Sweet; Fruit Bat Harbors Ebola

by Brenda F. Johnson We have heard so much about ebola and how it affects us as nurses. Much of the focus has been on transmission person to person and how to protect... Read More

Two Epidemics and Nursing

by SarahLeeRN While I am not an expert on Ebola, or on epidemic diseases, I am a registered nurse. As such, I feel that I along with many other nurses are... Read More

Is This Real, or Just a Fantasy

by jadelpn I could almost put this under "nursing humor". However, this is a discussion that we can all relate to in one way or another. Nurses are made to... Read More

CDC Unveils New PPE Guidelines for Ebola

by tnbutterfly After the death of the nation's first Ebola patient diagnosed in the US and subsequent infection of two Texas nurses who cared for the patient, the... Read More

Nurses, Say Thank You to Ebola Nurses, Patients, Those Speaking Out

by tnbutterfly Talk of Ebola is all over the news. In recent weeks, we've all watched as the crisis has unfolded. We've seen the devastating effects of this... Read More

Ebola Preparedness Nursing Survey Results

by tnbutterfly surveyed the members regarding their opinions about Ebola preparedness. Here are the results as well as several articles that were... Read More

Ebola Fact Sheet: Frequently Asked Questions

by TheCommuter Ebola, a communicable viral disease, has been causing fear and uncertainty in recent months as it crosses national borders. This piece attempts to... Read More

Western Governors RN-to-BSN: My First Six Month Term (Almost)

by TheCommuter Western Governors University (WGU) is a very popular online school for RNs who seek BSN and MSN degree completion because it offers a myriad of... Read More

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