About This Issue ( Winter 2019 Edition)
The 2019 Winter Issue of the allnurses magazine focuses on the continuous evolution of Nurses and the Nursing profession over the years. In this issue, you can read about how things used to be in days gone by, issues and challenges we are currently dealing with, and what is to come in the future of nursing. Some of the "looking back in time" articles will make you chuckle and may bring back fond memories for the seasoned nurse while the younger generation will wonder how in the world we ever worked wearing white dresses and using archaic devices.
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.
Nursing Uniforms: From Skirts to Scrubs and Beyond
Nursing uniforms have changed drastically over the years. Learn about the traditional whites, scrubs, caps, and everything in between.
Current Issues in the Nursing Profession and Resolutions for Future Change
The demand for qualified nurses is expected to continue to grow. The shift toward value-based patient care and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires a larger, more diverse, highly educated nursing wo…
The Evolution of Nursing Education - Is Today’s Education Preparing Nurses for Tomorrow’s Growing Health Challenges?
Since nursing education and training began 150 years ago, it has undergone many changes with debate over the best way to prepare nurses. It will be interesting to see where the next 150 or even just 5…
Nursing Career Adventures
Nursing continues to evolve and change. We all remember to some extent the way it was “when I graduated from nursing school.” Change occurs at different rates and for different reasons. Allnurses.com …
How Often Do Nursing Managers Ask Clinical and Medication Questions During Interviews?
Dear Nurse Beth, I have been a Cardiothoracic Surgery Stepdown Nurse for almost 2 years now. My hospital is currently restructuring and eliminating the Stepdown phase of care. Because of this change, …
The Dilemma of Multiple Licenses
Dear Lorie: I have a license in Indiana for which I have received a reprimand. I just got a complaint filed in Ohio where I also have a license. Can Ohio also take action against my license?
Seasoned Nurses - This one is for you
Download allnurses MagazineSeasoned nurses are special, not only because of the knowledge they possess and the skills they have mastered, but also for the many changes and advances in medical technolo