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Processing trauma: 5 suggestions

By Julie Cullen, Managing Editor, American Nurse Today How can nurses and other healthcare professionals support their patients in the aftermath of a national tragedy?...

Colorectal cancers on the rise…in young adults

By Julie Cullen, Managing Editor, American Nurse Today Research coming out of the United States and Canada is showing an increase in colorectal cancers among...

Nursing shortage: 3 ways to prepare

By Julie Cullen, Managing Editor, American Nurse Today As the nursing shortage looms, healthcare organizations and leaders must take steps to address it now. These...

Help prevent nurse suicide…bring it out of the shadows

By Julie Cullen, Managing Editor, American Nurse Today Depression is a treatable illness. If you or someone you know needs help, contact the National Suicide...

California doctors oppose expanding NP authority amid provider shortages

By Julie Cullen, Managing Editor, American Nurse Today California is known as a progressive state open to innovation, but that doesn’t seem to be true...

Can nurses help fix US healthcare?

By Julie Cullen, Managing Editor, American Nurse Today Reshaping healthcare in the United States requires an understanding and focus on the social determinants of health, disease...

Looking back: Nurses who stepped up to care for patients with AIDS when others wouldn’t

By Julie Cullen, Managing Editor, American Nurse Today The 1980s AIDS crisis brought out the best and worst in some people. The worst, in many...

Nurse media representation: Speak up so nurses’ voices are heard

In a recent study of nursing in the media (The Woodhull Study Revisited: Nurses’ Representation in Health News Media 20 Years Later), only 2%...

Are nurses and doctors being exploited?

By Julie Cullen, Managing Editor, American Nurse Today Nurses and doctors almost always do the right thing when they’re asked to go above and beyond,...

Guinness changes its mind when nurses speak up

By Julie Cullen, managing editor, American Nurse Today Sometimes it’s the little things that get under the skin and require a response. Nurses soldier through...