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Find out the latest perspectives about nurses and nursing from several expert voices in the field. Gain valuable insight and join the conversation with E'Louise Ondash, RN, and Laura Webb, BSN, RN, MRP.
By E’Louise Ondash, RNMillions of people in this country suffer from chronic and debilitating diseases. It’s easy to spot them if they use a wheelchair, are missing a limb or carry an oxygen tank. But millions have “invisible” disabilities and chronic problems, like those with depression and anxiety disorders. And even though nurses are health professionals, sometimes we either dismiss these
Read Post >>published: 5/21/2013 4:58:00 PM Pacific Time
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Ask questions, get answers and find out all you need to know about this fascinating career alternative for nurses. Aaron Moore, RN, a former travel nurse and published author on the topic, answers your questions.
By Aaron Moore, RN, MSN, travel nurse expertRecently I had the privilege of being involved in interviews for a new staff member on the unit where I work. It was an eye-opening process, and one that I would encourage others to experience. As we prepared questions and talked with candidates, I found myself thinking about travel nurse interviews and what a nurse manager must be thinking when
Read Post >>published: 4/19/2013 12:01:00 PM Pacific Time
Student nurse, Cassie Applegate, answers questions, responds to comments and offers plenty of insight for student nurses on all things related to nursing school.
Starting clinicals can be a stressful, scary, exciting, and rewarding time in nursing school. Some student nurses have no healthcare experience prior to starting clinicals, so it can seem extra intimidating. Some have had healthcare experience, but can still find it hard to step into a new role as a nursing student and future nurse. Regardless of where you’re coming from, it’s important to take
Read Post >>published: 5/3/2013 9:07:00 AM Pacific Time
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