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September 10, 2015
Nurses Continue to Care for World Trade Center Workers Years Later
Nurses Continue to Care for World Trade Center Workers Years Later
With a somber memorial and a gleaming office building, the World Trade Center (WTC) site bears little resemblance to the original, but for a cadre of nurses caring for thousands of people who worked at Ground Zero in the days and months after September 11, 2001, the trauma remains close at hand.

Remembering Nurses on September 11, 2001
Remembering Nurses on September 11, 2001
As another anniversary of September 11th arrives, takes this opportunity to honor 11 outstanding nurses whose lives were taken on that day years ago. Most perished while trying to rescue victims or help other rescue workers.

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Spotlight on Nursing
Nursing, Then and Now: Key Changes over the Past 40 Years
Nursing, Then and Now: Key Changes over the Past 40 Years The world and work of nursing is constantly developing, that is why nurses are called to life-long learning. The past 40 years have seen tremendous changes in technology, in the length of patient stays, and in the professional role of nurses.

The Healthcare Workplace
Easy Ways Nurses Can Eat Healthy on the Job
Easy Ways Nurses Can Eat Healthy on the Job It’s no secret that nurses are busy and constantly focused on keeping their patients healthy. But who, if not the nurse, is focused on their health?

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Top Four Fall Foliage Destinations for Travel Nurses
Top Four Fall Foliage Destinations for Travel Nurses One of the top reasons why many nurses choose travel nursing is because of the enormous amount of freedom and flexibility it provides--and what better way to spend your days off than taking in the seasonal sights?

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Making Memories Out of History
Crossing State Lines as a Travel Nurse By Aaron Moore, MSN, RN-BC, travel nurse expert

With September 11th approaching, one can’t help but think, where were you when the towers fell?

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