The Ins and Outs of Patient Abandonment

The Ins and Outs of Patient Abandonment ​​​​​​ As a nursing student, you know that you should never “abandon” a patient. But what exactly is patient abandonment? And how do you protect yourself from being accused of this type of unprofessional conduct? When a nurse deserts or neglects a patient…

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5 Ways Nurses Can Master Cultural Competence in Nursing

5 Ways Nurses Can Master Cultural Competence in Nursing (NurseBuff weekly newsletter) Here are 5 ways health professionals can increase their level of cultural competence to better help their patients. Foster Curiosity The first step in cultural competency is an exposure to cultures other than one’s own. Sheri Sawchuk, MSN,…

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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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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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5 Ways Nurses Will Prevent Injuries While Lifting Patients

5 Ways Nurses Will Prevent Injuries While Lifting Patients by: Joyce Hyam (April 18, 2016) www.Nursetogether.com 1.Speak up. Nurses need to feel comfortable in giving their input to their healthcare organization. Give the facts on how lifting equipment is the way to go to prevent injuries. Protecting the health and…

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A New Career In Nursing

Healthcare is one of the fastest growing industries in the United States. Between the Affordable Care Act increasing the number of Americans with insurance, many nurses reaching retirement age, and a large population of baby boomers, the call for licensed nurses is high. Due to the high demand for nurses,…

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What Is The Salary Of A Nurse Graduate?

There are many different salary determinations for a nurse graduate, it is best to research and look around before committing to the job. According to Bureau of Labor Statistics, nurses earn different amounts depending on their capacities of work. Here is the peak of the salary levels of nurses in…

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Clinical Medical Assistant as a Career

Clinical Medical Assistants are vital members of the team and work to administer medications, assist with minor procedures, obtain laboratory specimens, perform electrocardiograms, provide patient education, and much more. If you’re interested in a fast paced learning environment, national certification, expanding your career options, hands CMA training or taking online…

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Experts Predict Brilliantly Sunny Job Outlook for Nurses

Though many college graduates experience difficulties when attempting to enter into their field of study, experts indicate that a nursing degree is among the most valued and sought after diplomas in America. “Despite concerns about new college graduates finding employment in today’s tight job market, graduates of baccalaureate nursing programs…

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Top 10 Reasons to Pursue a Nursing Career

A career is to be regarded as far more than just a paycheck. It’s a lifelong commitment that has the potential to be extremely rewarding. That’s why it’s important to carefully consider all aspects of the career you will eventually choose. Nursing is amongst the most in-demand careers in America. In…

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