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COVID-19’s effects on education

The enormity of this unprecedented, global pandemic cannot be overstated—the COVID-19 virus has sent shockwaves across the globe. No sector of the U.S. economy, no socioeconomic strata, and no human life has been spared...

Advocacy: A lifetime commitment

Leading nurses through crisis, disaster, and everyday practice. Texas Nurses Association (TNA) CEO Cindy Zolnierek, PhD, RN, CAE, started her nursing career at a small rural hospital in northern Michigan, served as a full-time professor,...

My world is turned upside down: Nursing students transitioning from traditional face-to-face learning to...

The beginning of the 2020 spring semester may have started like any other semester. Nursing students were acclimating to new courses and new faculty. But upon return from spring break, the world at large...

Mentors: Learning from experts and expert teams

Travel your career path with a guide. This month, American Nurse Journal announces the 2020 All-Pro Nursing Team winners. It’s exciting to hear about the attributes, projects, and skills that make a nursing team stand...

11 top qualities of a nurse executive

Nurse executives are the most senior nurses in an organization. They work on the administrative side of things, ensuring that all facilities and teams are running smoothly. If you’re a clinical nurse who is...

Influence in healthcare

Control is ubiquitous in life and is becoming more of an issue in healthcare. Traditionally, the mental health system was based on behavior control but the physical healthcare system was less so. Today the...

Influencing the Future: Creating the Next Generation of Nursing Leaders

Opportunities in Nursing Leadership The demand for leaders in nursing is greater now more than ever. Leaders are needed to oversee departments and practices, serve on boards, and educate and groom the next generation....

Human trafficking and how nurses can intervene

Identify signs of human trafficking in our continuing education seminar “I was working in the ER,” remembers Amy Herrington, DNP, CEN, CNE. “We had a farmer come in with migrant workers, all of whom had...

Q&A with Nurse Keith: Non-traditional nursing career paths to consider

Are you wanting something more, something different from your nursing career? Fortunately, many options are available to the enterprising nurse. You don’t have to work in a hospital, clinic, or even for a healthcare...

A push to develop early sexual health education in California

In California, schools are required to teach sex education at least once in middle school (usually grade seven) and once in high school (usually grade 9). While individual school districts can teach sex education...

Nursing scholarships

American Nurse would like to highlight some nursing scholarships for current students, or individuals planning to go into the nursing field. A Nurse I Am Scholarship by Cherokee Uniforms Addiction Awareness Scholarship by RehabCenter.Net American Association of...
tracking nursing student errors

Five tips for student nurses entering their first year of a degree

Claire gives 5 tips to help Student Nurses stay on course through their first year, placement and other challenging experiences. Play video: Claire takes us through her 5 tips for Student Nurses to help them...

Educational interventions to increase Tdap vaccination rates among pregnant women

The highly contagious respiratory infection pertussis remains a public health problem for the United States.1 Infants have the highest morbidity and mortality rates from pertussis because of a lack of immunity at birth and...