Celebrating African American Nurses

                                      February is Black History Month, also referred to as National African-American History Month. It is a time to … [Read More...]

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When things go wrong during your interview

  Interviews are extremely stressful because you have to get things right since there is never a second chance to create a first impression. - But what if something goes wrong? What can you do about it? Read on to find out how you can deal with seven situations:   1. Your cell … [Read More...]

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  Do you have those days when you just don’t feel great? Things just aren’t going your way, and you start to get irritable. I had a day like that last week. I was unhappy for no apparent reason. I decided to share my feelings with Pete, a fellow nurse. The conversation went something … [Read More...]

Goals 2016

The Secret to Sticking to Your New Year Goals

  You know the routine, start the New Year with a set of goals, only to lose sight of them a short time afterward. It is a depressing fact and the reason many people avoid making resolutions altogether! Having goals is a great way to stay focused throughout the year. If you have goals, … [Read More...]


International Nurse Supports’ Year in Review

  Have you worked so hard on something and you were so sure it was perfect, only to be evaluated and to learn it is not as great as you think it is? If you’ve had this experience, you are not alone. I’ve been there many times. Before I go any further, I wish you a prosperous 2016. May … [Read More...]



7 Ways Nurses Can Treat Their Feet Right

  Your feet literally carry you through life, bear your weight and take you places. As a nurse, you are constantly on your feet, from eight


What to Eat Before and After You Workout

    By now you’ve probably dedicated yourself to living a healthier lifestyle. Since exercise is an integral part of any


How to Take Good Care of Your Back

  If overwork or injuries have caused strain on your back, you are by no means alone! Many people around the world suffer from some form of

International Nurses


Should You Apply for Asylum or Temporary Protected Status?

  I remember volunteering in a war zone in 1995 in Africa. Working long hours in a make-shift clinic was challenging to say the least. It was


6 Immigration Test Questions & Answers

A few years ago I did my citizen exam. I must say I was quite nervous, but confident I would pass because I had studied for several

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Can your International Nursing Education Enable you to Take the NCLEX Exam?

  Linda had completed all her nursing courses in Haiti. However, she had not taken her government's nursing exam. Her uncle who lived in