Caring for Veterans: What's Your Military Culture IQ?
Nurses often hear about cultural competence in nursing, and thoughts may
go to caring about people from a different country or ethnic
background. But cultural competency also comes into play when caring for
Better than Powerball: Travel Nursing Companies Offer Contests You Can Win
Did you have dreams of winning the recent Powerball lottery that topped out at over $1.5 billion? (Who didn’t, right?) Yet, the chances of winning were so miniscule--reported as 1 in 292.2 million by the New York Times on January 13--it is hard to fathom.
Eight Resolutions for Your Nursing Career
This year, resolve to give your nursing career a jump-start! If you’re
new to the profession, this is the year to begin figuring out who you
are as a nurse--and who you want to become. If you’re a seasoned nurse,
it may be time to re-examine your current path and give yourself a boost
up the career ladder.
Our Most-read Articles of the Year
How will 2015 be remembered? As the year draws to a close, NurseZone
looks back at our most-read articles of the year, including the nursing
news, trends and features that resonated with our readers.
Staying Healthy: Maintaining Balance in Your Life
Feeling stressed, fatigued or running a little ragged? Experts offer tips for maintaining balance for your physical and mental health.
Working Over the Holidays? How to Make the Most of It
Nurses and other hospital staff often have to work over the holidays, so
why not make the most of it? From implementing new traditions on your
unit floor to relishing the light traffic during a normally busy
week-day commute, holiday work can be as jolly as you make it.