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Never Assume

I am married to a man who is not Christian, I am often offended when some one assumes I am not... Read More

Dirty skylights and scraped chins

When you look through a skylight into the blue sky and white clouds, what do you see? Do you focus... Read More

Without Words

Most patients when they arrive in hospital generally gather up a large throng of items to place... Read More

Hypoglycemia in the newborn

by Elvish

Hypoglycemia in newborns, as with adults, can be a medical emergency and in any case needs... Read More

On Working With Sexual Minorities

by VivaRN

Aidan looked up at me with big, mournful eyes. He had come to the city to escape the oppression of... Read More

Writing Multiple Choice Test Items - Part One

by VickyRN

you, the nurse educator, must compose 50 multiple choice test items for your course content. you... Read More

Transcultural Nursing Experience

Way back to my nursing student life, I was assigned to an unconscious and a big half... Read More

It's up to you

I am a UK trained nurse who has been fortunate enough to come and work in the USA, just over 3 yrs... Read More

Hasidic Jew Admitted for Bone Marrow Transplant

This is a great idea for an article contest! My first thought that came to mind was the month long... Read More

Suicide On The Ward


I remember Elaine Ngatai so well. She was one of the patients I had worked with so many times... Read More

My little Mandona

At a rough point in my nursing career, where I would have rather just quit, I was given the opportunity to work with a hispanic boy who was on the... Read More

Stepping Out of My Comfort Zone

by NabiRN

As nurses, we are often asked to step out of our comfort zone. I, for one, feel that I have no problem working with people from different cultures... Read More

How about...a HUMAN CULTURE

You know, I had to look up the definition of transcultural before I could even think of an appropriate story to write about it. It seems like a... Read More

First Clinical Day, First Transcultural Experience

It's my first day of clinical. My clinical group happens to arrive later than most at 800 hours instead of the usual 630 or 700. Most of us were... Read More

OB Nurse in a Small Rural Hospital

by VickyRN

A long time ago in a hospital far, far away, I was the sole obstetrical nurse covering my night shift. In this small, rural facility, I also had a... Read More

Rejecting the Transplant

It was snowing to beat all. Two feet was down already, and more was falling. Driving the little Toyota down the highway, I was thinking, where will... Read More

Students with Disabilities

by VickyRN

You have been assigned a student who is a paraplegic and in a wheelchair to your clinical group. You wonder about her physical competency to perform... Read More

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 who have 7 years working experience in the... Read More

Day One in the Life of a Nursing Student

Standing at the nursing station, alone, my first day at the hospital, I silently planned my escape. The nurse who was assigned my proctor, my... 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 hope to enjoy some of the festive spirit that seems... Read More

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