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Maryland nurse achieves all five emergency nursing certifications at age 28

Casey Green makes history - and it's only the start for her! Meet Casey Green, BSN, RN, CCRN, CTRN, CFRN, CEN, TCRN, CPEN. Quite a title, isn’t...

We are how we sleep

What nurses need to know about social determinants of health and sleep. Takeaways: Sleep is a necessary and complex physiological function. Social determinants of health...

The Relentless School Nurse: Reaching a tipping point

I am honored by the number of school nurses from across the country who reach out to me to share their COVID challenges. It...

Myocarditis and COVID-19

Raising awareness can help mitigate negative outcomes. Takeaways: In a COVID-19 pandemic and vaccination world, nurses should raise their clinical suspicion for myocarditis when healthy,...

Navigating an environment of continuous change

Plan, communicate, and collaborate for success. Brad is an emergency department (ED) director in a hospital that was a COVID-19 hotspot, but as a result...

Competency-based orientation of Magnet® program directors

MPD preparation is the first step in the journey. Editor’s note: This is an early release of an article that will appear in the October...

The wonder of lifelong learning

I’m a nurse educator and educating others (really, being educated by others) is my greatest joy in life. Every time I speak with Miss...

Nurses need to take the lead on medication titration

For decades, critical care nurses have practiced and shared their knowledge related to titration of continuous I.V. medications. These lifesaving medications primarily affect cardiac...

Ovarian Cancer

A call to action for early detection and diagnosis. This article was provided to American Nurse Journal by Aspira Women’s Health and did not undergo...

I have an idea! Now what?

Nurses often reach out to me for advice — they have an innovation idea and don’t know what to do next. This is rarely taught in...

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