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How I Wrote a Book and Became a Nurse Author

How I Wrote a Book and Became a Nurse Author

by Nurse Beth - My Book inspiration At my job, working closely with our nurse residency program, and before that as a nurse manager, it saddened me that many wonderful nurses fail to land the job they want solely...

AAHHHH New Nurse! (First week precepting on the floor) ep.110

AAHHHH New Nurse! (First week precepting on the floor) ep.110

by Nova12 - Hi Everyone! You know how your seasoned nursing instructors who say, you will learn most of your nursing skills/knowledge the first year out of nursing school?? And how the real schooling happens...

NTI - How to Publish in Journals:  Mary Fran Tracy, RN, PHD, CCNS Interview

NTI - How to Publish in Journals: Mary Fran Tracy, RN, PHD, CCNS Interview

by allnurses - Mary Fran Tracy, RN, PhD, CCNS is the editor of AACN's journal, Advanced Critical Care. She spoke with allnurses Community Manager Mary Watts, RN at the recent NTI conference. The Advanced Critical...

Your Patient is Neutropenic - Now What?

Your Patient is Neutropenic - Now What?

by Ashley Hay, BSN, RN - Neutrophils are a type of white blood cell needed for fighting infection, especially bacteria. While many ranges can sometimes differ slightly with certain laboratories, generally a normal count is...

Is Your Circadian Rhythm Longer Than Average? Night Owl Versus Morning Person

Is Your Circadian Rhythm Longer Than Average? Night Owl Versus Morning Person

by Brenda F. Johnson - Early in my nursing career, I was hired on night shift 7pm to 7am. The advantage was not having to find child care for my two young children, and the extra pay helped tremendously.  I was able to...

Self-Care or Bust

Self-Care or Bust

by diannecabelus - A pressure is building up near my temples and my face is becoming flushed. I nod again at my patient's daughter, although I have stopped listening to what she said about 20 minutes ago. My chest is...

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