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

Being The Best CNA While On The Road To Becoming An RN

You are the Certified Nursing Assistant. You want to become a nurse your self one day. So what can... Read More

Tips On How To Be An Extraordinary Med-Surg Nurse

by Bugaloo

Medical-Surgical nursing is the largest specialty area in nursing. Many nurses start their nursing... Read More

That's My Girl!

by 4nrn

That’s my girl! Ruben Frank (not real name) rose this morning, as he does every morning, to the... Read More

Becoming A Nurse

I did not even finish high school I only had a general education diploma (G.E.D.) and I thought... Read More

Hospice Career

by vwevans

I have been a Nurse for 27 years. That seems like so many years, especially if you are a new... Read More

Saudi Arabia - Good Idea or Not

by 43RN20

As seen by a Registered Nurse from the United States, who is now on assignment, it can be hard to... Read More

Things That Go Boooop In The Night

Warning: This is an attempt at nursing humor. Any resemblance to any situation or person, living,... Read More

Why Are We Here

what makes us a nurse: sometimes becoming a nurse is the dream of a lifetime born perhaps in... Read More

The Mahogany Door

My first clinical rotation was at Massachusetts General Hospital. It was in a part of the hospital... Read More

Something of Value

by chadash

I have always wanted to enter an essay contest, but have the unfortunate dilemma of having nothing... Read More

Ethics in End-Stage Cancer

Hope you enjoy this paper. It was assigned to me for my concept paper and I have yet to actually... Read More

Full Circle, my First Year of Nursing

I have officially completed my first year of nursing. I graduated in November 2006, passed my... Read More

Caring For A Family Suffering A Fetal Demise

Sometimes the most difficult and poignant things we can do as OB nurses, is simply be there.... George and Martha Night time briskness... Read More

Lather, Rinse, Repeat

by andre

One of my assigned patients is dying of metastatic liver cancer. I was told in report, "he's full of mets". The day before I took care of him,... Read More

The Crusty County Nurse Cracks Just a Bit

I see by the glowing green light on my 80's digital alarm clock I have missed the article contest deadline by 8 minutes. Granted, the forums were... Read More

Baby Doe

There is only one group of people in the United States that are required and forced by law to accept medical treatment. The argument is that this... Read More

In Bed With Dying Patient

Sometimes, a family member's behavior is so clouded by the grief and shock of a loss that we must be courageous enough to practice outside the box. ... Read More

Common Problems With Breastfeeding

Many people have a misunderstanding that breastfeeding comes natural; the misconceptions that all a mother has to do is put her baby at her breast... Read More

Kaplan Vs Ncsbn NCLEX-RN Review

by jay4

The reason why I am writing this review is because, just like you, you’re searching the internet to see what people are saying about the two most... Read More

Hospice: Knowledge and Wisdom Worth Dying For

Leading up to May 2007, I had worked in a variety of nursing areas. I have worked in long-term care facilities, Peds, PICU, NICU, PASU, ICF/MR, SDC,... Read More

The Last Bag of Pretzels

Most of us run away from the dying. I spent 17 years in the ER fighting death. Death was our enemy. We posted statistics on the board at... Read More

Daily Profile of a Student Nurse

At 1 o'clock in the morning, I found her wide awake reading a 9-lb Medical Surgical Nursing Book on her study table. An orange highlighter was held... Read More

Overcoming Clumsiness

Clumsiness, an issue that I have considered as a hindrance in pursuing nursing. Yes, I was once a victim of clumsiness. The most painful part was if... Read More

Never Stop Learning or Loving.

When you graduate from nursing school, you are ready to take on the world with your new knowledge and skills, right? That is partially correct;... Read More


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