Where Am I Going?  The List of Hospital Unit Acronyms Every Nurse Should Know

Posted on: 02/28/2017

By Kathleen Colduvell RN, BSN, BA, CBC Getting around a new hospital can be confusing, especially for newer nurses who have so much to learn and don’t yet know the ...

Twelve Job Interview Tips for Nervous Nurses

Posted on: 02/27/2017

By Keith Carlson, RN, BSN While some nurses may be very comfortable with job interviews, there are some in the nursing profession who feel nothing but nervousness on their big ...

Meet Carol Gino: International Best-selling Author of "The Nurse's Story"

Posted on: 02/25/2017

Carol Gino RN, MA , has been a nurse, author and teacher for many years. She was the close companion of Mario Puzo, the famed writer of The Godfather. As ...

5 Step Plan To Nursing Self-Care

Posted on: 02/24/2017

By Keith Carlson, RN, BSN Nurses work hard in an enormous variety of capacities, and the work of nursing can be profoundly tiring, physically and otherwise. When we think of ...

Nurse-Patient Ratios and Safe Staffing: Why You Should Care

Posted on: 02/23/2017

By Keith Carlson, RN, BSN The subject of nurse-patient ratios comes up often in nursing circles, and can often be a topic of discussion in state legislatures around the United ...

Q&A With Nurse B: Overheard A Mean Conversation!

Posted on: 02/22/2017

In this 10-part weekly series, we'll be navigating common conflicts in nursing and healthcare with an eye towards shared accountability and co-creative solutions. Submit your conflict to keith@nursemail.org. Take your ...

The Culture of Safety - Part 1: No Innocent Bystanders

Posted on: 02/21/2017

By Beth Boynton, RN, MS When I attended graduate school in 2003, I studied organizational development and behavior, group dynamics, coaching, and emotional intelligence, all of which added depth and ...

Nurse Bullying: Stand Up And Speak Out

Posted on: 02/20/2017

By Kathleen Colduvell, RN, BSN, BA, CBC Some would argue that the nursing profession demands more from its nurses than it gives. Working 12-hour shifts, coping with trauma, managing multiple ...

Meet Elizabeth Scala: Helping Nurses Find Balance

Posted on: 02/18/2017

Keynote speaker and bestselling author, Elizabeth Scala MSN/MBA, RN, partners with hospitals, nursing schools, and nurse associations to transform the field of nursing from the inside out. As the host ...

Nurse Writers: Telling Your Patients' Stories

Posted on: 02/17/2017

By Anne Devine, MA, BSN As a nurse turned writer, I often think back on patients I cared for in my nearly 10 years of clinical experience. What do I ...

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