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BSN, RN, Faith Community Nurse
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Bullying is real. It happens in all workplaces, including settings where we work as professional nurses. How can you recognize it? What can you do about it?
Breast cancer affects us all. This article will help you know a little bit more about the disease and about treatments.
Nurses make a difference every day. In this news story, we learn about one particular instance when a nurse helped a dying patient and his family.
Let's talk about being kind as nurses! What can we do to be kind and stay that way in a world that makes it harder and harder?
AI and Tech are transforming the landscape of many professions, including nursing. The author discusses some definitions and points related to possible impact.
Through 3 case studies, this article illustrates nursing compassion at work.
Mass casualties happen with alarming frequency. Nurses are often called to be on the front line to help treat survivors. How do we take care of ourselves in the aftermath?
Ebola recently spread into Uganda. The article discusses the nurses' role in the USA in helping treat Ebola.
Nurses make a difference when it comes to improving Vaccination rates. By listening, having a good relationship, and providing accurate information nurses make a valuable contribution.
Antibiotic resistance is a health care crisis. In this article the author shares some ideas about nurses' responses to help combat the crises.
Hospice care happens at home, in the hospital and in LTC facilities. In the 3 case studies described, the author discusses different focuses for patients and families who are referred to hospice.
A nurse in Germany was convicted of killing 85 people who had been in his care. This article summarizes the story and examines ways we can avoid staying silent when we need to speak out.
Change comes to us all. In the nursing profession, it can be particularly challenging to accept and adapt to change over time. In this article, the author discusses possible strategies.
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” The standard question from grown-ups to kids always elicited the same response from me, starting at age 4, “A nurse!”