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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? Learn tips to optimize your holiday schedule, improve team spirit in your unit, and add some jolly for colleagues and patients alike.
Election 2016: How Nurses Can Use Their Voices & Their VotesElection 2016: How Nurses Can Use Their Voices & Their Votes
As members of the most trusted profession in the United States, nurses can wield a lot of political influence, both with their candidates and their communities. Nurse leaders explain where to start.
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Spotlight on Nursing
Nurses Enjoy Working on Special Units for Older AdultsTrends in Alzheimer's and Dementia Nursing Care
With nearly 5.5 million Americans suffering from Alzheimer's disease and another 473,000 diagnosed this year, nurses in most settings will care for patients with this disease at some point.
Health & Wellness
Five Tips for Staying Healthy as a Travel NurseFive Tips for Staying Healthy as a Travel Nurse
It can be tempting to blow off healthy habits due to a busy schedule and lack of familiar resources. Instead, check out these helpful tips from experts on ways you can improve or maintain your health while working as a travel nurse.
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Special Feature
Nurses on the Forefront of Fighting Type 1 DiabetesNurses on the Forefront of Fighting Type 1 Diabetes
More than 1 million Americans live with type 1 diabetes, and even more are at risk. Nurses are on the front lines, working to find better treatments and prevent disease among family members.
Recent Blog Posts
Ask the Travel Expert
Aaron Moore, travel nurse expertTravel Nursing Over the Holidays Can Be Fun
By Aaron Moore, MSN, RN-BC, travel nurse expert
I don't know about you, but I could never get a travel nursing contract that would allow me to go home over the holidays. But after spending my first Christmas on assignment, I realized that celebrating the holidays as a travel nurse can be just as fun as one at home.
Looking Ahead
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