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Find out the latest perspectives about nurses and nursing from several expert voices in the field. Gain valuable insight and join the conversation with E'Louise Ondash, RN, and Laura Webb, BSN, RN, MRP.
By E’Louise Ondash, RNSomeone asked me recently how I would change health care in this country if I could wave a magic wand and make it happen. I had to think a bit, but it didn’t take me long to come up with a list. Admittedly, some of these ideas would face a lot of bureaucracy, red tape and resistance, but remember -- I have a magic wand.Here is my wish list:1. Make all the tobacco products
Read Post >>published: 5/3/2015 11:04:00 PM Pacific Time
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Ask questions, get answers and find out all you need to know about this fascinating career alternative for nurses. Aaron Moore, RN, a former travel nurse and published author on the topic, answers your questions.
By Aaron Moore, MSN, RN-BC, travel nurse expertI am not usually a word-of-the-day type of person, but I recently discovered “equanimity” and have since loved to use it. To me, this word can really apply to the life of a nurse. Equanimity comes from the Latin word aequanimitas, meaning even-minded. The definition I like best is “a habit of mind that is only rarely disturbed under great strain.
Read Post >>published: 6/8/2015 7:44:00 PM Pacific Time
Student nurse, Cassie Applegate, answers questions, responds to comments and offers plenty of insight for student nurses on all things related to nursing school.
By Cassie Applegate, MSN, RNStudent loans are a necessity for most in order to pay for nursing school. Some are fortunate to not need any loan money, some only need a little and others have to take out the maximum in order to finish their education. We have talked before about jobs that help repay student loans. Some jobs offer tuition reimbursement while some help pay for continuing
Read Post >>published: 10/14/2014 11:34:00 AM Pacific Time
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