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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, even when it…

Caring counts

Preventing suicide among nurses. Deaths by suicide affect people of every profession but are especially relevant for nurses, who frequently take care of others at the risk of…
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Navigating the loss and grief of a nurse suicide

Nurses are drawn together through shared patient experiences, staffing challenges, stressful situations, and positive patient outcomes. Working long hours together, nurses learn about the lives of their coworkers…
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Nurse suicide: Breaking the silence

More research and awareness are needed. The recent sudden deaths of fashion designer Kate Spade and TV host Anthony Bourdain have propelled the topic of suicide into the headlines.…

Nurse suicide: Prevention and grief management

In the article “Grief management after a nurse’s death”, we provided guidelines for helping healthcare organizations support staff as they grieve a colleague’s death. However, when a nurse…
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