Real World Advice for New Nurses
By Karen Siroky, RN, MSN, Contributor
So, you're a new nurse. How does it feel? Are you overwhelmed? Starting to become comfortable? Adjusting to the pace? Do your feet hurt? Do you find yourself thinking about your patients or actions you performed even after you are at home?
Super-Grad How-To's: Tips to Achieving in the Working World
With so many new nurses, it may seem difficult to distinguish yourself from the pack. But by practicing a few simple steps, you can successfully sell yourself as a super achiever.
New Nurses Offer Insights into Retention
Exploring the attitudes and experiences of newly licensed nurses, the results of a comprehensive study may help hospitals figure out ways to retain nurses at all experience levels.
Why Travel? Why Not!
By Debra Wood, RN, contributor
As you venture out into your new nursing career, you may be questioning: Where do I want to work? What kind of nurse do I want to be? One option you may not have considered is travel nursing.
Never a Dull Day as a Med-Surg Nurse
Diverse practice settings, diverse patients and diverse nurses—all make for a very diverse and interesting career for medical-surgical nurses, such as Kathleen Reeves, RN, president of the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses.
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