Guest Post by Sean Dent MSN, ACNP-BC, CCRN
Men have been a part of the nursing profession for centuries. The latest statistics show they comprise just under ten percent of the nursing workforce. While this may seem small, the total percentage of men in nursing has grown steadily over the... Click here to continue.
As a minority nurse, I know that challenges are a part of everyday life. However, the question for the student nurse is; will you overcome them or allow your problems to defeat you?
Strive to come out victorious and thrive in your career because for every problem; there is... Click here to continue.
Black History Month, is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans, and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history.
Since 1976, America has officially designated the month of February as Black History Month.
This year, we want to recognize Dr. Maya Angelou
Dr.... Click here to continue.
With a new year comes new challenges and the opportunity to do better than the previous year. You know the saying; “If you fail to plan, -you plan to fail.” I know you’ve made your new year resolutions. Now, how can you keep them?
If you are a... Click here to continue.
As exciting as it is to start a new job, everything always seems so overwhelming. It does not matter whether you are a new graduate or experienced nurse.
You may get an orientation to where the lab is and all the floors, but when you’re done with your preceptor, you... Click here to continue.
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