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My life in Ireland and US...still learning but worth it!

by caycay I don't know how to start with this but let me tell you about myself first. I am a Filipino nurse... Read More

Day One in the Life of a Nursing Student

by MachoNurse Standing at the nursing station, alone, my first day at the hospital, I silently planned my escape.... Read More

Culture of Violence

by GilaRRT Culture of Violence It is a brisk winter morning. I am looking foreword to a little rest and... Read More

Matua and Joseph Smith Junior, a night at the Psychiatric Ward

by NZPN Matua was one of the patients referred to as "well-known to mental health services" i.e. in and out... Read More

Why I Want To Be a Nurse

by MiaNur My life story. I want to thank all those nurses out there that have not lost that desire to help,... Read More

Strangest Lost one I ever had.....

by CathyLew Strangest lost one I ever had. After reading the “lost one” post, I got to thinking about the... Read More

Critical Incident Stress Debriefing

by traumaRUs What is a Critical Incident Stress Debriefing? A Critical Incident Stress Debriefing is a meeting... Read More

Angels Exist In Nurses

by thabstone Student nurses always take note of the staff nurses they are working with. Either their experiece... Read More

My Latest Research Paper

by VickyRN This is the paper I have just completed for my Philosophy of Science Nursing Course during my first... Read More

The Dreaded Research Paper - Pointers for Success

by VickyRN Everyone in graduate school has experienced it - the "dreaded" research paper assignment. The... Read More

Hasidic Jew Admitted for Bone Marrow Transplant

by oncnursemsn This is a great idea for an article contest! My first thought that came to mind was the month long journey our unit took with a young Hasidic Jew who... Read More

Suicide On The Ward

by NZPN I remember Elaine Ngatai so well. She was one of the patients I had worked with so many times before. She was a truly unhappy woman, but we could... Read More

My First Nursing Instructor

by Angie O'Plasty, RN We communicated solely by gesture and body language, but the little old German lady taught me more about nursing than any English-speaking patient... Read More

No hablo Espanol

by Private Peds Nurse Back when I first became a nurse in 1988, I did a lot of my clinicals in different backgrounds in hospitals, psychiatric hospitals, doctor’s offices,... Read More

How EMS impacts our care of patients in the ER

by traumaRUs EMS is our partner in crime so to speak. They bring us the good, bad and the ugly. The care that EMS starts is the care that we continue. What... Read More

Long-term antepartum care in the hospital

by Elvish Care of the antepartum patient that's on your unit for an extended length of time can be a huge challenge, both for staff and for the patient. These... Read More

Hands of Love

by White Shoes Some time ago, I was called to a dementia unit to help with the residents living there. It was a busy night for the staff, and they were all trying... Read More

How to clear your browsers cache

by brian Google Chrome Go to the wrench icon upper right and click: Tools Clear browsing data Leave only the box checked for, "empty the cache"... Read More

Late Preterm Infants (Part 3)

by Elvish Apologies for the long hiatus! I have not forgotten that we were last on the subject of late pretermers and hyperbilirubinemia; this time it's late... Read More

A Guy Explains Birth to a Pregnant Woman

by MachoNurse Yesterday I explained birth to a pregnant woman. Well, at least part of the process. Me, a guy with no kids and no chance of becoming pregnant.... Read More


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