How to Confidently Say No!

  Do you find it hard to say no to any request that people present to you? Nurses are naturally giving people and saying no can be a challenge to many of you. There are several reasons why you may find it hard to say no, however, these four are... Click here to continue.

What Not to Include in Your Resignation Letter

From time to time nurses will resign for various reasons. I once worked with a male nurse who was so fed up of working the night shift. Each time he requested to work on day shift, he was told there was no opening. He got so frustrated that he applied... Click here to continue.

5 Steps Nurses can take to handle Negative Attitudes at Work

    There are days when you go to work and are in such a good mood, only to find that one or two of your coworkers are in a horrible mood. They will be complaining or whining about something that the employer has not done, and how everyone is... Click here to continue.

How To Make Sure Your New Year’s Resolutions Don’t Fail

      Most of you wait for the new year with such anticipation because you want to start working on your new year’s resolution. I have a friend who starts making her new year’s resolution as early as November of the previous year. I once asked her why she... Click here to continue.

5 Tips to Help you Master the Art of Storytelling in Nursing

        Several years ago, I worked with a surgeon who used to explain the disease process to his patients by telling them that their livers looked like cheese, or their hearts worked like a second-hand car. The patients were so frightened that many of them probably died... Click here to continue.

5 Mistakes to Avoid in Your Resume

Nurses need to write resumes that are unique and impressive. In this article, I want to discuss the five common mistakes that you want to avoid. Too Long There is no rule as to what length your resume should be; however, if it is longer than two pages, it may... Click here to continue.