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Top 8 Free Resources for Nurses
Nursing

February 21, 2020

Top 8 Free Resources for Nurses

I love to learn. If I could add endless amounts of money and time, I would be a professional student. My love for learning is actually one of the reasons I chose to enter the medical field. Patient education is key in providing nursing care, but staying abreast of the latest medical guidelines and...

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Being a #NurseMom: Positives, Problems, and Possibilities
Nursing

January 22, 2020

Being a #NurseMom: Positives, Problems, and Possibilities

As a working mom and nurse, I know first hand how difficult it is to care for patients, care for your own family, and then (if you have time) care for yourself. During my career as a nurse, I have worked all sorts of jobs and hours: 12 hour shifts, 8 hour shifts, part-time, per diem, and full-time....

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6 Reasons Being a Nurse Rocks
Nursing

October 8, 2019

6 Reasons Being a Nurse Rocks

My journey as a nurse started July 1, 2001 at 6am. And no, that isn’t the time my alarm went off to wake me for my first class. I was actually lying in a field after visiting a small village in Letlhakane Botswana. It was my senior year of college and, like many young college students, I wanted to...

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Clinicians Guide to Crushing the Interview
Nursing

August 16, 2019

Clinicians Guide to Crushing the Interview

Whether you’re a nurse that just graduated or a seasoned therapist looking for a mid-career move, interviewing is an unavoidable part of getting the job you want. The interview process can often be a daunting experience regardless of where you are in your clinical career. But it doesn’t have to be....

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6 Healthcare Work Issues Everyone Should Know About
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August 5, 2019

6 Healthcare Work Issues Everyone Should Know About

You may not know it yet, but a revolution has begun in the healthcare industry. No, I’m not talking about blockchain, artificial intelligence, access to medicine, or patient data. The revolution I speak of is against something that has been lurking throughout the nation for a while – hiding behind...

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