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    Anatomy of a Code: A Guide for Nurses Working in Adult Non-Critical Care Units

    Anatomy of a Code: A Guide for Nurses Working in Adult Non-Critical Care Units

    This is a summary of information for the nursing student, new nurse, or experienced nurse of nursing interventions during a cardiac arrest. It is not an all inclusive guideline of ACLS. It is meant to…

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    Nurses
    Dear Hospital Administrators

    Dear Hospital Administrators

    Wrote this as an op-ed for a newspaper (think NY Times or the Wall Street Journal) in a moment of frustration and decided not to submit since it probably wouldn't be published. The audience is the gen…

    48 replies
    Med-Surg
    A Push for the Return of Team Nursing in Medical-Surgical and Telemetry/Step-down Units

    A Push for the Return of Team Nursing in Medical-Surgical and Telemetry/Step-down Units

    Imagine arriving on your Medical-Surgical unit one morning to find that you can share the burden of work with another nurse? Busy in an isolation room and can’t answer the phone? No problem! It will g…

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    NCLEX
    NCLEX Facts and FAQ

    NCLEX Facts and FAQ

    Some general info from the NCSBN website about the NCLEX related to common questions seen on allnurses.

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    Nurses
    What I Wish Would Change/Be Different

    What I Wish Would Change/Be Different

    Some of my thoughts and reflections on nursing that I wish would happen. They would make nursing a more perfect career for me. I think it can happen. I think as nurses we are a lot more powerful than …

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    Nurses
    Entering My 18th Month of Bedside Nursing...What I Have Learned.

    Entering My 18th Month of Bedside Nursing...What I Have Learned.

    My reflections based on my experiences as a nurse entering the 18th month at the beside. I write about what I learned from nursing and how nursing has changed me as a person. I hope people who read th…

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    Relations
    What I Would Love To Send to My Hospital's Inpatient DON

    What I Would Love To Send to My Hospital's Inpatient DON

    Nursing is a very physically and emotionally demanding profession. Here are some ideas I would love to send to my DON that would make my job a little easier.

    42 replies
    Students
    Advice for Nursing Students: How to Thrive at Clinical Rotations

    Advice for Nursing Students: How to Thrive at Clinical Rotations

    My unit at a community hospital has a great number of nursing students from two RN schools and one LPN school. While the staff greatly appreciates having the extra hands on our short staffed unit, the…

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