Nurses are truly awesome!
You don’t hear that said enough.
I want to remind you how awesome you are.
By deciding to become a nurse, you are doing an honorable job. Nursing is not a job; it’s a calling. If you look at it as a job, you will become... Click here to continue.
A three-part series guest post; by Carolyn McKinzie
I was working as a nurse at my local county jail when I crushed both legs in an auto accident in October 1998. I also sustained a skull fracture, facial fractures, multiple broken ribs and both lungs partially collapsed. I was lucky... Click here to continue.
“Nurses are so smart, and their work is so important. Yet every day we see incidents of horizontal violence, inadequate staffing, occupational injuries and unsafe acts or worse.” Boynton explains how an underlying lack of emotional intelligence (EQ) on the part of nurses, doctors, and administrative professionals is contributing to... Click here to continue.
When I was a young nurse in my twenties, I once worked in an environment that was truly toxic.
We only worked 7-hour shifts; the work itself was not difficult because all I had to do was help recover patients after surgery. But I remember going home with... Click here to continue.
February is Black History Month, also referred to as National African-American History Month. It is a time to recognize the achievements of African-Americans in US History.
This year, I want us to... Click here to continue.
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