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Attending a major nursing conference can provide professional growth opportunities. Follow these 12 tips to have a successful conference experience.
A nurse-turned-massage therapist found that hands-on interaction with massage clients reconnected her to one of the most fulfilling aspects of nursing – contact through caring, noninvasive touch.
To move your career up a notch, should you go back to school or pursue nonacademic options? The authors’ advice can help you decide on the best professional development route.
The secrets of successful presentations: reflecting on your
practice, making the most of your individual presenting style,
organizing your thoughts, and finding the right mentor.
SANE nurses help ensure victims of sexual assault receive the compassionate care they need and collect evidence that can be used in court.
After several weeks of classes and partnered orientation to patient care, novice nurses in our large acute-care health system have learned a great deal. Still, most admit their priority-setting skills could be better.
Creating a critical-care resource nurse role has helped one hospital
ensure that critically ill patients get the same level of care no
matter where they’re admitted.
The Genetic/Genomic Competency Center (G2C2, http://www.g-2-c-2.org/) is a new free online resource created to help educators teach the next generation of nurses and physician assistants about genetics and genomics.
Through focused soul-searching, you can create a more fulfilling and enriching career. The author tells how to brainstorm to find the nursing career that really floats your boat.
Condensed I.V. reference sheets, cards, and charts save time,
improve accuracy, and make I.V. drug administration less stressful in one surgical/trauma ICU.
Even if they’re not portrayed on the TV shows "CSI" or "Law &
Order: SVU," forensic nurses are pivotal in real-life forensic cases.
Catch up on the dynamic, evolving specialty of forensic nursing.
With the incredibly changing and challenging environment of health care, today’s nurse leaders are required more than ever to consistently think about developing others and sustaining a committed and engaged workforce.
More employers are using
behavioral interviews to learn not just what applicants can do but who they really are and whether they’d enhance or detract from an existing team’s potential to achieve optimal