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October 15, 2014
NEWS
Eight Ways to Avoid Nurse Burnout
Eight Ways to Avoid Nurse Burnout
If you've ever felt depleted and completely exhausted by your nursing job--physically, emotionally and mentally--you're not alone. Nurse burnout is a pervasive problem, and it is costly for individual nurses and health care organizations. Here are eight strategies to help you avoid job burnout.

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When Common Respiratory Illnesses Turn Deadly: What Nurses Should Know About EV-D68
When Common Respiratory Illnesses Turn Deadly: What Nurses Should Know About EV-D68
While the country's buzzing about a few cases of Ebola, a respiratory illness that at first seemed routine has evolved into a disease that has become critical for many children infected with enterovirus D68 (EV-D68).

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Spotlight on Nursing
Turnover Among New Nurses Not All Bad
Turnover Among New Nurses Not All Bad One out of every six newly licensed nurses leave their first nursing job within the first year and one out of every three leave within two years. But not all nurse turnover is bad, according to a new study from the RN Work Project.

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Devices & Technology
Can a Mobile Health System Manage Rural Patients' Chronic Conditions?
Can a Mobile Health System Manage Rural Patients' Chronic Conditions? Imagine having to drive 30 or more miles to your nearest heart doctor to manage your high blood pressure, then another 30 miles in the opposite direction to have lab work drawn to monitor your diabetes. Such complicated health care coordination is all too common in rural communities across America.

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Three Tips for Better Nurse-Physician Communication in the Digital Age
Three Tips for Better Nurse-Physician Communication in the Digital Age Communication problems related to health information technology have been identified as a leading cause of preventable adverse events and many "near misses." A leading researcher offers tips to help nurses and physicians use communication tools more effectively and safely.
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Recent Blog Posts - Campus Corner
The Art of Student Loan Repayment
The Art of Student Loan Repayment By Cassie Applegate, MSN, RN

Student loans are a necessity for most in order to pay for nursing school. Depending on your situation, there are a few options for paying or deferring these loans.

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