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Mandated nurse-patient ratios may be saving lives, but at what cost? This article presents evidence against the idea of nurse staffing laws. If you feel strongly about the topic, give this a read and …
Spring ushers in longer days and warmer weather. But for college and nursing students, it also comes with stressors that can challenge your academic success and personal health. This article will gi…
Studies show how acts of kindness benefit our health, happiness and longevity
You've heard the buzzphrase, now find out what content marketing really is - and how it can help you market your business on the cheap.
Research has shown that 80% of Americans want to die at home. A new study found more people are experiencing end of life where they want but who you are and what you have makes a difference.
It seems every year it becomes an issue when December arrives and then it becomes a Rat Race until the New Year arrives. You know the drill – you are already too busy with your life (I even wrote the…
A new study, published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics, found 1 in 5 adolescents are now prediabetic. Read on to learn more about the study and why rates for Type 2 diabetes is rising among American y…
Being a better listener is something we can all work on. In this story the author describes several colleagues responses. Are you a good listener?
A SWOT analysis gives you valuable business insight to propel your venture to success.
This question appeared in the comments of my last article and it helped me decide what my next article would be. I was asked if I write/coach about how to deal with things like depression and loneline…
Here are a few things I really wish someone had told me before becoming a nurse...
The story of my nursing career, from tiny babies to corporate desks
We often think of our 12-hour shifts as just work, but if we realize the big impact we can make in those hours, it seems much shorter a period of time. Soon we realize we can come to the end of our s…
Code Green, indicating a combative patient, can be challenging and seem to occur with increasing frequency. How can nurses help? What helps you to respond appropriately?
Where should you begin? Set up a Facebook page? Work on your blog? Start a podcast? Here's one simple way to figure out where to invest your marketing energy.
Barriers and stereotypes of male nurses are discussed. Males who choose nursing as a career face unique barriers.