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16 Common Nursing School Interview Questions & Answers
Pre-Nursing
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16 Common Nursing School Interview Questions & Answers

Most reputable nursing programs will require each candidate to undergo an interview prior to enrollment. This pre-admission nursing school interview might seem like a thoroughly nerve-wracking...

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How I passed the PNLE
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How I passed the PNLE

I wrote this article to share my personal experience on writing the Nursing Licensure Examination. I wrote in this article what I did to prepare for the exam. This article gives several points to...

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The Hug Heard Around the World
Hospice
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The Hug Heard Around the World

At the end of life, a hospice nurse walks a fine line of being respectful while at the same time providing information that helps families as they make decisions. Knowing how to guide the...

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Developing X-ray Vision: Caring for Difficult Patients
Nurses
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Developing X-ray Vision: Caring for Difficult Patients

As the EMS transport unit pushed the gurney out,I set my bag down on the empty chair before walking across the nursing home room to the Bob’s side. I introduced myself as his hospice nurse and asked...

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The Soul of Nursing
Nurses
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The Soul of Nursing

The Soul of Nursing I have been a nurse for close to 40 years, and have walked multiple paths in learning and practice. Like many nurses, the life experiences I have gained are a part of me and...

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That First Year
Nurses
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That First Year

"I survived that First year." I believe those words were what I whispered quietly as I finished my first year of being a Nurse. ...and also being a first time mother. It seems to go hand-in-hand. ...

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What do allnurses members Want in a Blog?
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What do allnurses members Want in a Blog?

allnurses is THE social media site for nurses. With over 900,000 members there is a wide variety of nurses and students. So….what does it take to grab our members’ attention? These are some of...

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The Emotional Work of Nursing
Nurses
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The Emotional Work of Nursing

There are some thing nurses do behind the scenes that people never know. Read this story to find out what Nurse Tiffany did when her patient Bryan was at end of life, and the plan of care was not...

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How to LOVE your nursing Job
Nurses
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How to LOVE your nursing Job

If you are a nurse, or considering being one, this is a MUST READ. It contains valuable information on how to get in good with your fellow nurses, charge nurses, Doctors, and paraprofessional staff....

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Scam Schools And Diploma Mills
Students
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Scam Schools And Diploma Mills

Online education has exploded in popularity over the past fifteen years. Unfortunately, scam schools and diploma mills have also boosted their numbers during this same time period. The intended...

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Are You Nurse Jackie or Nurse Zoey?
Nurses
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Are You Nurse Jackie or Nurse Zoey?

After binge watching Nurse Jackie recently, I can't stop thinking about the show. If you haven't seen it, stop here! because I don't want to spoil it for you. If you have seen it, I'd love to hear...

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Biting Your Tongue
Relations
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Biting Your Tongue

Haven't we all had to bite our tongues at times in order NOT to say that which is desperately demanding to be said but probably wouldn't send Press-Gainey into swoons of delight? Here are a few of...

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My NCLEX-RN Experience- PASSED in 75 questions 1st Try!!!
Students
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My NCLEX-RN Experience- PASSED in 75 questions 1st Try!!!

I wanted to share my story on my experience with NCLEX-RN in hopes it would encourage and relieve some anxiety for those of you who will be taking it soon. If you have any questions for me, let me...

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On Negative Feedback
Relations
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On Negative Feedback

Negative feedback is something that we all encounter in our lives, both giving and receiving. Neither is easy and most kind people would rather give positive than negative feedback. There is value...

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Nobody Cares About Our Feelings When it's Time to Perform
Relations
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Nobody Cares About Our Feelings When it's Time to Perform

Negativity bias is a pervasive phenomenon that exists in all facets of society. The purpose of this piece is to elaborate on negativity bias as it relates to nursing, health care settings, and...

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Building a Persona to Achieve Traffic Growth
Entrepreneurs
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Building a Persona to Achieve Traffic Growth

With more than 940,000 members, allnurses is the #1 nursing community in the world. Capitalize on this HUGE opportunity by building your persona on allnurses. In order to build your traffic, let the...

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How to work your notice, gracefully
Nurses
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How to work your notice, gracefully

Often we move jobs because we really dislike the job, management or co-workers. We rarely leave a job we enjoy, working the required notice can be a chore we don't want to do, and sometimes we behave...

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Top ten reasons for being fired - Falsification of Documentation
Nurses
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Top ten reasons for being fired - Falsification of Documentation

If you didn't document it, you didn't do it! This is a statement most nurses live by! Unfortunately there are nurses who document things they didn't do, which may result in harm or neglect to a...

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Nursing: The highly skilled customer service representative
Nurses
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Nursing: The highly skilled customer service representative

Over the course of my nursing career I have heard endless spiels about "customer service" and "patient satisfaction" and the importance of these two things. What no one really explained was how I fit...

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The best piece of advice I was ever given.
Students
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The best piece of advice I was ever given.

I suffer from Crohn's disease. Its why I want to be a nurse. When I was 18/19 I was accepted to a state university. I flunked out, because I was bleeding internally, and lost 60 pounds instead of...

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