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Joe V is a web programmer and obstacle racing enthusiast. “It’s gratifying to teach others what you know. At the same time, it’s very satisfying to learn from others.”

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    On Second Thought...

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    2018 allnurses.com Salary Survey results

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    allnurses In The News allnurses offers access to nurses/experts in various nursing fields/specialties for information on nursing topics. This has proven to be an excellent resource for media as they are developing stories related to hot nursing topics and need to obtain information directly from nurses. Are you a member of a media organization seeking to contact allnurses.com? Click here to get in touch with us! August 21, 2016 Hillary Clinton Quotes: Nurses Are Overpaid Maids, Glorified Babysitters The race for the presidency is heating up as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both try to dismantle each other’s credibility. Read More May 24, 2016 Burnout Common Among ICU Nurses; 5 Tips for Retaining New Nurses Feeling burned out is a common complaint from nurses in the field, but what’s less prevalent are tried-and-true solutions to solving this issue. One nurse, in a social media post last week, went so far as to call the problem a Rubik’s Cube. Read More May 24, 2016 allnurses.com National Nurses Week Giveaways a Runaway Success allnurses.com, the largest online community and peer-to peer networking site for nurses and nursing students, celebrated National Nurses Week with an unprecedented seven days of giveaways. For twenty years, allnurses.com has been the collective voice of the nursing community, supporting the profession by... Read More July 6, 2016 Digging Deeper Into the Nurse Shortage; Inside the Shoes of an ED Nurse By now, we’re all well aware that there is a growing shortage of nurses within the health care profession, and part of that is fueled by a scarcity of RN educators to help train future caregivers. Read More May 24, 2016 Burnout Common Among ICU Nurses; 5 Tips for Retaining New Nurses Feeling burned out is a common complaint from nurses in the field, but what’s less prevalent are tried-and-true solutions to solving this issue. One nurse, in a social media post last week, went so far as to call the problem a Rubik’s Cube. Read More May 24, 2016 allnurses.com National Nurses Week Giveaways a Runaway Success allnurses.com, the largest online community and peer-to peer networking site for nurses and nursing students, celebrated National Nurses Week with an unprecedented seven days of giveaways. For twenty years, allnurses.com has been the collective voice of the nursing community, supporting the profession by... Read More May 24, 2016 allnurses.com Launches Expanded Nurse Innovators Hub allnurses.com, the largest online community and peer-to peer networking site for nurses and nursing students, announces the launch of its Nurse Innovators Hub. Read More May 10, 2016 4 Biggest Myths about Nursing, 1 Nurse’s Wish List and Where to Get Free Stuff It’s that time of the year again, when the entire health care profession rallies together to celebrate some of its most vital members — nurses, of course. Read More May 6, 2016 allnurses.com Has Seven Days of Giveaways in Honor of National Nurses Week allnurses.com, the largest online community and peer-to peer networking site for nurses and nursing students, is celebrating National Nurses Week with an unprecedented seven days of giveaways. For twenty years, allnurses.com has been the collective voice of the nursing community, supporting the profession by providing a place where nurses can network share and learn from each other... Read More April 12, 2016 Nurse Watch: A How-To Guide on Seeking Your Next Nurse Job; What's Your 'Nursing Kryptonite'? If you’re just in the initial stages of nailing down your next nurse position, the American Hospital Association has you covered. The AHA’s Career Center recently released a handy new guide... Read More April 5, 2016 An Apology Goes a Long Way Following Nurse Never-Events; 5 Steps Toward Launching a Nurse-Writer Career Malpractice is a huge concern for hospitals, with such payouts amounting to about $3.9 billion in the U.S. in 2014... Read More March 21, 2016 Nurse Watch: More Victories for Nurses in Battle with Docs; Clinicians Not Getting Needed Support Following Fatal Mistakes Nurses just scored a couple of key victories in their long-running battle over independence and scope of practice... Read More July 24, 2015 allnurses Launches Redesigned Nursing Jobs Website preweb.com - allnurses.com, the preeminent source of nursing news, information, and discussion among nurses and nursing students, is pleased to announce the relaunch of its jobs website, jobs.allnurses.com. The updated site is designed to provide users with a more user-friendly experience and allow employers and recruiters to better reach job seekers with new enhancements, lower prices and well-defined options to market careers to users. Read More November 2, 2014 Ebola Fears Complicate Efforts by New Jersey-Based Volunteers NorthJersey.com - Much of the talk recently has been about how American doctors and nurses who volunteered to treat Ebola patients in West Africa should themselves be treated when they arrive back home... Read More October 31, 2014 Judge rejects Maine's attempt to restrict movements of nurse who defied Ebola quarantine StarTribune - A Maine judge gave nurse Kaci Hickox the OK to go wherever she pleases, handing state officials a defeat Friday in the nation's biggest court case yet over how to balance personal liberty, public safety and fear of Ebola. Read More October 23, 2014 Nurses still worried about safety when treating Ebola patients Dallas News - A new survey from allnurses.com, the largest online networking and support site for nurses, shows that even after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released its updated safety guidelines, nurses continue to have serious concerns... Read More Nurses Face Obstacles on Front Lines Against Ebola USA TODAY - In the fight against Ebola, nurses are on the front lines, risking their own health to care for others. Now they want hospitals to have their backs. Read More October 16, 2014 American nurses lack the most important protection from Ebola: training QUARTZ - As people around the world try to assess the danger of Ebola, it's particularly disconcerting to hear that health workers who one might presume are knowledgeable enough to protect themselves from... Read More October 15, 2014 Survey: Nurses fear they aren't prepared to handle Ebola outbreak PHOENIX BUSINESS JOUNAL - With the second U.S. case of Ebola, Phoenix hospitals are stepping up protocol efforts, as nurses nationwide fear they are not prepared to deal with afflicted patients. Brian Short, RN owner ofallnurses.com said... Read More California asks feds for screeners at airports as hospitals prepare for Ebola Daily Democrat News - With news that a second Dallas nurse has tested positive for Ebola, California health officials urged the federal government Wednesday to add screeners at major airports across the Golden State... Read More Ebola and Hospitals: How Great is the Threat? MEDPAGE TODAY - Many healthcare workers, especially nurses, have expressed concern about their safety when treating Ebola patients. Brian Short, RN, president and founder of allnurses.com, said his organization surveyed 3,000 nurses and 74% said... Read More October 14, 2014 When Ebola Enters the Workplace WALL STREET JOURNAL - Issues around communication, training and pay are cropping up as leaders try to quell fears while making sure they will be adequately staffed if infected patients come to their facilities. Be sure to watch the video which... Read More Nurses Say They Are Unprepared to Take on Ebola: Polls NY DAILY NEWS - A survey of more than 3,000 nurses by allnurses.com, a networking site for nurses and nursing students, found that 74% of participants don't feel ready to take on an Ebola outbreak or even a patient. And 73% said their hospital hasn't... Read More Majority of Nurses, Front Line Health Workers Don't Feel Ready for Ebola MEDCITY News - Responding almost immediately to the news of the Dallas nurse who contracted Ebola, nurses across the country are adding to the growing chorus of concern over how hospitals and front-line healthcare workers deal with... Read More Nurses Say They Are Unprepared to Deal with Ebola Aol Jobs - For nurses, the most frightening aspect may be the lack of preparation. However, most nurses do feel like there are solutions to these problems such as "better communication about preparedness at [their] facility"... Read More October 10, 2014 Healthcare Workers and Ebola - How Safe Are You? about careers - The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the federal government continue to reassure the general public and healthcare workers that they have nothing to fear regarding the spread of Ebola. Read More August 26, 2014 New Survey Says Nurses Are Bullish On The Industry Outlook And Encourage People To Enter The Field PR Newswire - A survey from allnurses.com, the largest online networking and support site for nurses, reveals that the majority of nurses (74 percent) think the job outlook for the nursing industry is positive. Read More July 31, 2014 5 Questions to Ask Before Starting Your Own Business Inc. - You have what you think is a great idea for a new business. But being an entrepreneur isn't without hazards. Before quitting your job, it's important to take a hard look at your circumstances. Read More July 16, 2014 allnurses.com Debuts Nursing Jobs and Career Resource Center internet RETAILER - allnurses.com, the largest peer-to-peer online networking and support site for nursing, has launched its new Career Resource Center, allnurses Jobs. Read More May 27, 2014 My Job: Brian Short, founder, AllNurses.com StarTribune - When Brian Short got his first computer in 1994, he was still a nursing student. "The Internet was fascinating," he recalled — but in those years before powerful search engines, it was hard to find information online... Read More May 26, 2014 Evaluate online communities for their usefulness LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL - Sit back for a moment and visualize the sentences filled with information passing each other like airplanes in front of your eyes. They're unstoppable. You may not have time to evaluate them before... Read More May 8, 2014 It's National Nurses Week! Poll: Who's the Best TV Nurse? Parade - It's National Nurses Week! That means it's time to thank and appreciate these vital caregivers. In honor of the occasion, we're celebrating the best fictional nurses... Read More May 6, 2014 allnurses.com Launches #ThankANurse Campaign to Celebrate National Nurse Appreciation Week PRWeb - The largest peer-to-peer online networking site for nurses and nursing students announces the launch of its "Thank a Nurse" initiative... Read More July 23, 2013 For nursing jobs, new grads need not apply CNN Money - Since the recession, health care has been the single biggest sector for job growth, but that doesn't mean it's easy to get hired... Read More July 9, 2013 Nurses Use AllNurses Internet Forum To Share Knowledge Health Tech Weekly - This week on Health Tech Weekly, I bring you another special segment from the American Association of Critical Care Nurses Conference, NTI 2013... Read More March 1, 2010 Social networking craze connects travel nurses ModernMedicine - Between her full-time job in home care services and her busy family life, Karen O'Hara, RN, BSN, spends about 20 hours a week chatting in discussion groups, hosting online forums, and networking with nurses from around the world... Read More
  6. Done Right Foundation Repair provides a $2,500 scholarship through the Catherine D. Felsing Memorial, to graduating seniors looking to earn a degree in a field which helps those affected by depression and addiction.
  7. Applicant must be a graduating senior of a Delaware high school and a Delaware resident pursuing a career in health care or education at an accredited post-secondary institution.
  8. Applicant must be a graduating senior of Milford High School pursuing a Registered Nurse certificate or degree.
  9. Applicant must be a resident of Delaware and accepted at an accredited college or university’s nursing program; Must be initiating or furthering nursing training. It is not required that applicants attend a Delaware college or university.
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    Ahlswell Scholarship

    The Ahlswell Scholarship was created in 2014 by Gary and Deb Fisher Ahl in honor and beloved memory of Deb Fisher Ahl’s ancestors and other members of the Fisher family from Gosper County and Furnas County, Nebraska.
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    Evelyn Reid Scholarship

    The Evelyn Reid Scholarship was funded in 2017 to award students from Freeman Public High School in Adams, NE and Malcolm Public HS. There is a preference for students with an interest in careers in nursing, other medically -related fields and teaching/education.
  12. To apply, you must have completed the appropriate undergraduate education and be currently pursuing an advanced degree in a medical-related field, with the exception of nurses, who may apply as undergraduates. [Undergraduate nursing students doing pre-nursing studies are not eligible to apply; applicants must be in nursing studies to apply.
  13. The A.B. and M.R. Noel Scholarship was established in 2008 to benefit graduates of Wood River Rural High School in Wood River, Nebraska. It is also offered to students of nursing attending Central Community College and Concordia University in Nebraska.
  14. It is important to acknowledge the sacrifices of our servicemembers who preserve our freedom, but that is not enough. The sacrifices of the children of those who served should also be honored. Providing funds to assist these children so they can pursue higher education is a concrete way of showing how much American Legion Auxiliary cares.
  15. The Gladys D. Goodson Scholarship was established in 2008 with funds from the Gladys D. Goodson estate. Gladys Goodson was born in Thayer County, Nebraska, in 1912, and graduated from Fairbury High School in 1931. Gladys established this scholarship to help students from Nebraska obtain nursing degrees.
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