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    A Day in the Life of a Parish Nurse (aka Faith Community Nurse)

    A Day in the Life of a Parish Nurse (aka Faith Community Nurse)

    The author describes a typical day in her life as a Parish Nurse. If you ever wonder what a PN does, this article may help you learn more!

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    Nurse on a Mission Trip to Belize

    Nurse on a Mission Trip to Belize

    A medical mission trip is something a number of nurses wonder about doing. In this article the author shares her personal experience.

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    Nurses
    Nurses with Attitude

    Nurses with Attitude

    Having a good attitude is key. In this article, the author explores two different approaches to nursing and encourages us to continue to be our very best.

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    Nurses
    Gonna Quit: When Nursing Is Rough...

    Gonna Quit: When Nursing Is Rough...

    The author presents some of the current issues in today's nursing profession including nurse/patient ratio, living wages, bureaucracy, positive mentoring, and discusses possible ways to address them.

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    Nurses
    Nursing as a Profession: Changes through the Years

    Nursing as a Profession: Changes through the Years

    In this article, the author interviews Rosalee Sites, a nurse who has been part of the changing landscape of nursing over the years.

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    Nurses
    Renewal and  Refreshment by Giving More

    Renewal and Refreshment by Giving More

    The author shares that the secret to renewal and refreshment during this Holiday Season may be giving more!

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    Nurses
    Jewish Nurses Take Care of Synagogue Shooter

    Jewish Nurses Take Care of Synagogue Shooter

    After the shooting at the Pittsburgh synagogue, nurses, some of the Jewish, took care of the perpetrator. This article discusses our Code of Ethics and our professional care of all people.

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    Nurses
    Politics in the Nursing Work Place: When Conflicts Arise

    Politics in the Nursing Work Place: When Conflicts Arise

    Politics is all around us and often follows us into the work place. How do we continue to pursue excellence as nurses when conflicts arise?

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    Nurses
    World Hospice & Palliative Care Day- Oct 13  Taking Stock of Where We Are

    World Hospice & Palliative Care Day- Oct 13 Taking Stock of Where We Are

    October 13 is World Hospice and Palliative Care Day. In this article, the author discusses emerging changes and ways we can enter the process as professional nurses.

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    Nurses
    Renewed Passion and Dedication to Nursing Profession

    Renewed Passion and Dedication to Nursing Profession

    The author discusses how we can renew our passion for nursing. She uses the example of the nurses/nuns who help to found Mayo Clinic.

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    Nurses
    The Nurse Optimist

    The Nurse Optimist

    Being positive, genuine caring and practicing empathy don't cost us extra as professional nurses but they can make all the difference in the care we offer our patients. This article discusses strategi…

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    Nurse Mentors: A Mantra for Life

    Nurse Mentors: A Mantra for Life

    Finding a good mentor and being a good mentor are keys to long term success as a nurse. In this article the author discusses 4 important aspects of mentoring. Maybe you can add some of your own!

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    A Cry for Help: How to Be the Best Advocates Possible for our Patients

    A Cry for Help: How to Be the Best Advocates Possible for our Patients

    Being advocates for our patients is something we do well as nurses. In this article, the author discusses a particular case and asks for your input on suggestions for being a better advocate

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    Shoulda, Coulda, Woulda

    Shoulda, Coulda, Woulda

    In this article the author discusses how we can stay healthy in our spirits as we examine our priorities, work through feelings of guilt or struggle with leaving things undone.

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