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4 Steps to Becoming an Infusion Nurse

Infusion nurses are Registered Nurses that specialize in the administration of intravenous medication or therapies and the insertion of intravenous devices. We interviewed Michelle Berreth, an educator for the Infusion …

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Nursing Tips: How To Build Rapport With Your Patients

Image credit: National Cancer Institute, 2007 By Beth Boynton, RN, MS Nurses learn about therapeutic communication and relationships in nursing school, but in the fast-paced, real world of nursing, some …

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21 Surprising Non-Bedside Nursing Jobs

Nursing is a rich and diverse field of practice. As a greater focus on wellness and preventative services spreads across the country, RNs are increasingly found in surprising industries. While …

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Life In The Intensive Care Unit

Written By: Marissa Mararac The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Working in a hospital ICU is serious business; it takes an understanding mind, quick thinking, and time and dedication to achieve …

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6 Reasons Introverts Make Great Nurses

It would be logical to think that extroverts would be the ones to excel in the world of nursing because the profession is all about relationships and communication with patients, …

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Top 3 Pros and Cons of Online Nursing Classes

By: Portia Wofford Most nurses understand the benefits of furthering their education. Higher salary, more opportunities, and a personal sense of accomplishment are at the top of many lists. But …

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