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A new case study in which the patient, A.W. a 65-year-old African American woman presents to her primary care clinic with unspecified complaints. She told the scheduler, “Something’s just not right. I…
An insightful first hand look at the question of nursing being a profession for my tell the world project.
We are just about to enter the 2019 Holiday Season. This is the time of year for giving and celebrating with friends and family. All of the staff at allnurses want to show you, our nursing community …
An article describing my personal experience during a 12-hour shift
Nurses in Georgia are seeking a law to protect themselves from surgical smoke inhalation in the operating room. The CDC and the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses. (AORN) state nurses are …
The Black Plague has been in the news recently, with a couple in China having contracted the highly deadly disease.
Intravenous therapy (IV therapy) is the infusion and/or injection of substances through the venous system. In this article, I will explain why nurses should be certified and the benefits of obtaining…
Case management is one of the most rewarding careers you can have. It’s also one of the most difficult.
Breast cancer affects us all. This article will help you know a little bit more about the disease and about treatments.
Nurses spend their day taking care of patients, helping them get on the road to better health. But what happens to the nurse if she/he gets sick? There have been some very public cases of when a nurse…
Consider these tips next time you're thinking of bringing your child to the ER
Here's how to get in on the ground floor of the gig work gravy train before it becomes overcrowded.
How many of you have ever struggled with helping your patient to understand a reduced sodium diet? I’ll give you 5 ways to help your patients be more successful in their sodium reduction.
An IV epinephrine error by a coworker damaged a 20 year-old heart. Part 1 exposed systemic problems that contributed to the tragedy. In Part 2, Cheyenne shares her ongoing quest for healing one year l…
As nurses, we are held accountable and responsible for making complex decisions that are consistent with safe, competent, compassionate and ethical nursing practice. We are also faced with diverse and…
A day in the life of a nurse. Nursing is broad and misconceptions exist. Hopefully this article will help clarify what I do as a nurse.