Be A Leader, Not A Boss: 5 Best Advices For Nurses

Be A Leader, Not A Boss: 5 Best Advices For Nurses by: Iuanna Banghart So you are aiming to be a leader? I would like to share some of my pieces of advice for nurses who are considering leadership positions: First: Learn about leadership. Get a mentor, someone who is…

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See The World! 5 Reasons Why Traveling is Beneficial For Nurses

See The World! 5 Reasons Why Traveling is Beneficial For Nurses by: Christine Maugdurulan BSN, RN 2016 It’s healthy. Let us admit that nurses wear so many hats. From being an educator, caregiver, facilitator to being a promoter of health and the list goes on and on. This takes a…

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5 Ways To Bring Back Joy In Nursing!

5 Ways To Bring Back Joy In Nursing By: Lorie Brown 1.Begin in gratitude. When I wake up, I think of all the things that I am thankful for. This makes me smile and feel good. Some days, I’m thankful for just waking up. Other days I have a long…

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Want a career in healthcare? Visit www.Medicalcareerspecialists.com NOW!

Want to become an LPN but needing more experience? Want to be able to achieve your goal in a short period of time? How does a few weeks sound? If you answered YES to any of these questions then we have just the place for you! That’s right, Medical Career…

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8 Unsung Heroes in Nursing History to Inspire You

8 Unsung Heroes in Nursing History to Inspire You By: American Sentinel We’ve all heard the story of Florence Nightingale, the famous “Lady with the Lamp” who is revered as the founder of both modern-day nursing traditions and nursing education. Yet there are other nurses who influenced our profession greatly,…

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6 Great Opportunities in Pediatric Nursing

6 Great Opportunities in Pediatric Nursing by: Sue Heacock •You must like – preferably love – children. •You must have abundant patience for your patients. •You must have a keen sense of humor and quick wit. •You must like to teach. If you passed the above litmus test, the following…

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5 Tips For Nursing Students With Young Students

5 Tips For Nursing Students With Young Children by Sue Stewart Five tips to help you get through: 1.Take weekly mini-vacations. Plan a day or a few hours each week to spend with your children. Notice I said ‘plan.’ Do not let anything interrupt these plans and do something special…

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