#SorryImNotSorry: 5 Things All Nurses Should Never Apologize For

By: Elizabeth Scala I’m all for a good apology. There’s no harm in saying ‘I’m sorry’ when it’s appropriate. Why do I agree with admitting, speaking up for and accepting mistakes? Apologizing is a part of letting go. When we hold onto ‘things’ too long, they start to take a…

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Bringing Back The 5 Ethical Conducts of Nursing

Bringing Back The 5 Ethical Conducts of Nursing by Nganya Joy Oct 13, 2016 Let’s start off by defining the term ethics. Ethics simply means code of conduct. Nursing is the act and science of taking care of an individual, sick or well, doing those things that will contribute to…

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A Gift For The Care Givers: 5 Ideas That Show Your Appreciation.

NT Contributor Jan 3, 2017 A caregiver is someone special that helps your loved one the most and gives you the leeway to carry on with life. Sacrificing their own personal needs and time, a caregiver is a person that goes out of the way or walks the extra mile…

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New Year? What About New Opportunities?

Paula Gibson Jan 3, 2017 Instead of trying to “fix” a few habits, that may be helpful, why not take an opportunity at the start of a new year to assess a bigger picture: your career. There can be no doubt that things happen during any year that influences changes…

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Experiencing Self-Doubt? 9 Confidence- Building Strategies for Nurses.

American Sentinel Jan 4, 2017 It takes time to become familiar with a new role and new responsibilities, whether you’re just starting your career or making a career change of some type. This is true in any industry. Yet in healthcare, the stakes are high and the pressure can mount…

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5 Hard Truths Nurses Don’t Like To Admit

5 Hard Truths Nurses Don’t Like To Admit by Christine Magdurulan BSN,RN Nurses as frontline health workers deal with a lot of things every day. They face different things like stress, change, and victories all through out their nursing career. But there are also hard truths that nurses would not…

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Get Hired! 4 Tips To Strengthen Your Nursing Resume.

Get Hired! 4 Tips To Strengthen Your Nursing Resume By American Sentinel posted on 12/5/16 www.nursetogether.com For nurses, at any stage of their professional careers, a strong resume is still a must in the 21st-century nursing employment marketplace. There are many ways to strengthen a resume, and it’s prudent to…

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Shine Bright!! 4 Ways To Become A Standout Nursing Student.

Shine Bright! 4 Ways To Become A Standout Nursing Student. By Sherley Alaba 12/7/16 www.nursetogether.com Nursing is a noble profession. Yes! With the number of challenges and academic load that is there on a nursing student, it certainly deems him/ her worthy of appreciation. Getting through your nursing program is…

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