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  1. hppygr8ful

    Healthcare Workers Still Love Their Jobs

    Read in its entirety: Exclusive: Angry and abused, health care workers still overwhelmingly love careers, poll shows
  2. JBMmom

    A Little Rant And Some Failures

    There are some days that are easier than others with this pandemic. I feel like I'm becoming that friend/family member that just can't "get over it". I know others here are having similar pandemic experiences, so I'm just venting. We've been tri...
  3. hppygr8ful

    Epidemic, Pandemic, Endemic.....Oh My!

    Sort of to be sung like the old Wizard of Oz tune "Lions and tigers and Bears Oh My!" And back to that in a minute. A comment was mad in another thread in which the poster suggested that Covid -19 had moved from pandemic status to endemic status...
  4. Nurses Did Not Sign Up for This

    Nurses did not “sign up for this.” Yet, here we are. And so, the current challenge to tackle is: how does the field of nursing survive a pandemic? And how does healthcare keep its nurses in the careers they dreamed of, long before March 2020 ha...
  5. Version Fall 2020

    The previous issue, Spring 2020, focused on the Coronavirus as it was first evolving. Who knew at that time we would still be in the thick of the virus now with so many increasing uncertainties for the future. In the Fall 2020 issue, several allnurse...

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  6. Version Spring 2020

    The Spring 2020 Issue of the allnurses magazine focuses on the Coronavirus Pandemic, it’s effects on communities around the world, as well as the healthcare teams on the frontline battling Covid-19. In this issue, you can read about the challenges o...

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  7. New Nurse Experience During Pandemic

    I graduated in December 2018 from an ADN program in Virginia. The commencement speaker said a few things that impacted me when I graduated. She stated that there would come a time in your nursing career where you will feel like you are not learning...
  8. Tell the World Project

    My Experience as a Clinic Nurse during COVID I chose to work in a dermatology office after an injury that I sustained while working bedside left me unable to work in that setting as I was unable to lift patient or stand for long periods of time....
  9. Tell The World

    Part of my RN-BSN program for James Madison University is an assignment titled, “Tell The World”and in this assignment, I talk about my profession as a nurse. Nurses are vital to providing evidence based patient centered care that drastically affects...
  10. hppygr8ful

    Imagine If You Will...

  11. Read in entirety: People Who Believe in COVID-19 Conspiracies More Likely to Catch Virus: Study - Medscape - Nov 02, 2021.
  12. Nurse Writing Nook

    Basic Life Support for Nurses’ Mental Health

    At the start of the Covid-19 Pandemic, employers wanted to help us. Right? That’s what they claimed, anyway. They were providing therapy and someone to talk to. While I’m not dismissing therapy, as it can be helpful and it’s strongly recommended, I’m...
  13. Many across America heard the refrain “are we there yet?” over this Summer as road trips and family outings finally occurs after months of hiatus. Attempting to get back into some semblance of normalcy for ourselves and our families, many headed to l...
  14. I am a pediatric pulmonary nurse coordinator and remain per diem as a bedside NICU nurse. I made the decision to get vaccinated a couple of months after it became available at my hospital. As the vaccine was brand new, I put a lot of thought and rese...
  15. The SARS-CoV-2, aka COVID-19, was first discovered in 2019 in Wuhan, China, and has killed more than 742,000 people in the United States and 4. 9 million people worldwide. The pandemic has placed a tremendous strain on our health care system. In the ...
  16. COVID & A Walk in the Park

    Eighteen months ago in the early days of the pandemic for my state, nursing homes had become overwhelmed with the first surges of the infection. There were no nurses to spare, and nurse executives had sent entire shifts of the nursing staff home infe...
  17. Thinking about the role nurses might play in turning the tide on the pandemic has made me reflect on my relationship with my community as a public health nurse, and the unexpected role social media has taken in my professional life in the past year. ...
  18. I decided to travel again in January. I’m not sure if the facility I chose had a good system down or what, but, even though I wasn’t told I was gonna work COVID, that’s where I ended up. That’s fine. It wasn’t the start or climax of the pandemic and ...
  19. Due to the current global pandemic, telemedicine has become more relevant than ever in primary care. This external threat is forcing providers and patients to stay apart as a broader public health initiative to maintain the spread of COVID-19. This t...
  20. Potential Hurricane Ida landfall in Louisiana?

    Already hearing of Gulf Coast hospitals requesting that nurses bring extra scrubs and supplies when reporting to work this weekend - the thought being that the current pandemic situation combined with a potential major hurricane strike may result in ...
  21. I live in Alabama and the pandemic has opened my eyes to how nurses pay in my state trails behind compensation in most other states. This has been the case throughout my 27 years of nursing, but I always thought it was because of our lower cost of l...
  22. Understanding Florence Coming from privilege, determined and passionate about helping those in need, she used her influence and intellectual voice to bring about change. At times that voice was pointed and harsh, her will strong. A study of Flore...
  23. Our hospital has had Covid patients on cohorted units throughout the pandemic, as cases decline they are now moving them out amongst the general patient population. What is the policy at your facility? Have you seen spread on units where C...
  24. As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds, health experts continue to urge the public to wear face masks for protection. Sound advice, right? Well.. if you spend any time on social media it’s likely you’ve read warnings about the dangers of wearing a mask fo...
  25. In times of crisis, sometimes there is a hero, an angel, a person who inspires others to make a difference. In 2020 the world was shaken to the core by a deadly pandemic. There was much loss of life and of hope, but the medical community forged ahead...