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Education, experience, and shared knowledge makes a well-informed nurse. allnurses is the leading networking site for nurses and nursing students in all levels of the profession. You will find answers to all your questions, lively debates, helpful articles, nursing jobs, degree program information, and so much more. What kind of nurse do you want to be?

Lyme Disease in Camp Nursing Practice

As nurses practicing in a rural environment with extensive outdoor programming, we are in locations... Read More

Stepping up the mental health discussion

Nursing as a profession is unique in its ability to step up and help facilitate the mental health... Read More

Hesi Advice/My Experiences

Taking the HESI-A2 is usually one of the first steps into nursing school or clinical. For me, it... Read More

She Was Waiting for an Angel to Guide Her: A Compassionate Nurse

This article is about my experience with the hospice nurse that cared for my mother during her... Read More

Why Nursing?

by Erufot

This is my story on how I chose the wonderful profession of nursing. My decision to pursue nursing... Read More

School nurses making a positive impact on their community

School nurses make an impact in a variety of place in their community. In their building (or... Read More

An Open Letter to a Former Nursing Professor

We go to college for an education. At the time, sometimes we think it's mostly related to our... Read More

Lessons Learned as an Expert Nurse Witness

In the past couple of years I have been asked to serve as an expert nurse witness for several... Read More

Failed NCLEX 1st attempt, PASSED 2nd attempt

Preparing to take the NCLEX can be a scary thing; the thought of failing is even scarier! I failed... Read More

What makes a better pediatric nurse? Life experience vs. credentials

by JNURSCO

Pediatric nurses have unique challenges. Nurses are not only caring for the patient but the parents... Read More

Hospice: A naive, first-year nurse's perspective

In nursing school, the importance of learning countless medications and techniques was always stressed by our teachers; however, the lesson of... Read More

Is Volunteering "Worth It"?

Here on allnurses, I've seen others ask whether volunteering is “worth it”. Well it depends. Allow me to explain what volunteering is all about... Read More

Accusing Hospice

Accusing Hospice is a story about an encounter between a hospice nurse and a family dealing with the impending loss of their loved one. It describes... Read More

Healing Hands Together: When All Else Fails

Integrative healthcare treats patients totally; mind, body, and spirit. It fosters relaxation which in turn increases circulation and decreases... Read More

Biofilm: Undercover Assassin

There is a new killer in town known as biofilm. In this article, we will explore what it is, where it lives, and how to prevent or treat it. If you... Read More

All about the tubes... reflections of a new ER nurse

I have these moments where my entire life flashes before my eyes. As if everything I’ve ever done, all the people I’ve met, all the decisions I’ve... Read More

Acceptance!!!!

My short journey as a pre-nursing student and applying to my ADN program. Sharing my experience of applying and waiting for a response. Nursing... Read More

Nursing Brain Sheets for Beginners

Nursing Brain sheets are summaries that help nurses remember their patient’s particulars. Most veteran nurses already have brain sheets that they... Read More

Time, No Longer Standing Still

On a recent visit to the site of Chimborazo hospital in Richmond, Virginia, I realized that I had only a glorified idea of what nursing used to be.... Read More

This is where I'm meant to be

by jdd112

Reflecting upon my time as a I/DD nurse, I realized too many people do not know about our little corner of the nursing world. Others don't understand... Read More


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