7 Tips for a Safe and Healthy Holiday Season
December 9, 2014 - Holiday parties, trips and family gatherings help make this time of year special--but they can also lead to injuries and illness, or otherwise disrupt your personal health and wellness. So here are a few tips and resources to help you stay safe, happy and healthy throughout this holiday season:
Ellis Island: Immigrant Screening and Quarantine Is Nothing New
December 8, 2014 - Public health screenings of people arriving on U.S. soil and the idea of quarantines for those exposed to Ebola have created quite a stir, but the concepts of immigrant screening and quarantine are not new. In fact, they have protected Americans for more than a century.
The ‘Whys’ and ‘Why Nots’ of Nurse Job Satisfaction
November 11, 2014 - How satisfied are you with your current nursing job?
7 Things Nurses Should Do Before the End of the Year
November 10, 2014 - Holiday decorations are already up in stores,
which means that 2014 is rapidly coming to an end. So before the New
Year sneaks up on you, take some time to get your personal and
professional life in order so you can step into 2015 in good health, and
put your best foot forward.
Eight Ways to Avoid Nurse Burnout
By Jennifer Larson, contributor October 13, 2014 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. It’s costly on a personal level for the
The Rewards and Challenges of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Nursing
September 12, 2014 - Pediatric hematology/oncology nurses serve
children, teens and young adults who have cancer and blood disorders,
and during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, NurseZone is pleased to
highlight these special nurses and their patients.