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  1. Melissa Mills

    Calling All Nurse Innovators

    Nurses are innovators. Whether they create something new or revise an established product, idea, or method - they're at the center of new ideas in healthcare each and every day. You might notice this about yourself or colleagues, but do others see it...
  2. tnbutterfly - Mary

    So You Want to Be Published: Just Do It!

    Last year at the AACN National Teaching Institute and Critical Care Exposition (NTI), I had the opportunity to interview Mary Fran Tracy, Editor of the AACN Advanced Critical Care Journal and a Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist at the Universit...
  3. My Book inspirationAt my job, working closely with our nurse residency program, and before that as a nurse manager, it saddened me that many wonderful nurses fail to land the job they want solely because they do not know how to present themselves in ...
  4. Nurses as Health Coaches?

    I wholeheartedly love taking care of my patients and love supporting my fellow nurses in the trenches. It's always been a "you-hold-the-***-cheek-and-I'll-wipe" kind of friendship. But I'm also a closeted personal finance weirdo and love things like ...
  5. Hello! I will be writing a blog for YOU the professional nurse leader in the second half of your career, anticipating what's next and wanting to embrace a wellness lifestyle. I'm the perfect partner for you as you embark on this journey since I am al...
  6. Notes from an Entrepreneur

    Denetra Hampton, MHSA, BSN, RN is a nursing entrepreneur who has built an educational empire consisting of a start-up that focuses on bridging the gap between nursing education and technology. She has also developed a digital magazine as well as a nu...
  7. For many of us who know of Kati Kleber, it's as a nurse on a cardiac med-surg step-down unit, the author of several books including Becoming Nursey, or as a speaker, blogger and podcaster specializing in educating and supporting brand new nurses. As ...
  8. In 1974, Donna Cardillo -- The Inspiration Nurse -- received a diploma in nursing. Little did she know that graduating from nursing school would provide her with an opportunity not only to care for patients but for fellow nurses, as well. In a recent...
  9. This article is featured in the Fall 2018 issue of our allnurses Magazine... Download allnurses Magazine Think of a nurse who has a career that you wish you could have. You know, that one person that makes work seem fun? Or, just seems to have follow...
  10. Maureen Bonatch MSN

    Unexpected Side Effects from the Side Gig

    A side gig is something you do to add to your income in addition to your regular job. Having a side gig has become more common with many people cashing in on a variety of things. The new endeavor may have nothing to do with their current employment a...
  11. At Home Office Essentials for Freelance Writers

    When I began writing from home, I had a sluggish ten year old laptop and my tiny desk was shared with my less than organized husband, the conditions were not ideal. The funny part is, at the start, I didn't even realize what I needed to be more effic...
  12. Nurse Beth

    How to Start a CNA Training Program

    Dear Nurse Beth, I am RN-BSN for 12 years (Med/Surg), I am interested in starting a CNA program or Nurses Aide training school or program in my town ( Boston, MA ). What would you recommend or advise? Dear Wants to Start CNA Training Program, Congr...
  13. My Story in a NutshellWhen I became a nurse in 1996, I was coming from a challenging entrepreneurial path as a massage therapist and yoga instructor. Being just over 30 and struggling to make ends meet with only a high school diploma, a small child a...
  14. Nurse Beth

    From Nurse to Nurse Influencer

    From Hobby to a Side JobMy writing career as a nurse started 4 years ago when I was home recuperating on the couch from an injury. A friend of mine on Twitter asked me "Beth, you have so many opinions about nursing. When are you going to start a blog...