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.
Remembering Nurses on September 11, 2001
As another anniversary of September 11th arrives, NurseZone.com 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. All are remembered by family and friends as talented, giving, selfless and courageous in their fields.
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? Since autumn is just around the corner, we put together the top four places we recommend all our travel nurses go to view beautiful foliage.
A Sneak Peek at the 2015 Fall Medical TV Shows
July 14, 2015 - After a long nursing shift, you may enjoy kicking
back and watching a little television as a way to relax. But what if
the show is about the same crazy types of situations you have faced for
the last 12 hours or so, with some extra drama added in? Medical TV
shows continue to be a popular genre with audiences and network
executives alike, and the networks have several new shows lined up for
this fall. Doctors dominate the list of characters, but each show has at
least one nurse in the main cast.
New Graduate Nurse? 15 Ways to Start Your Nursing Career on the Right Foot
July 14, 2015 - Completing nursing school brings a mixture of
feelings, and new graduate nurses can use some help to get their first
nursing job and start off on the right path.
10 Steps to Master Care Transitions
June 8, 2015 - Care coordination and transition management have
become the new buzzwords in nursing as hospitals become more concerned
with preventing unnecessary hospitalizations. The topic goes beyond
discharge planning to incorporate a more holistic, long-term view of