Nurse viewpoints on Covid-19

A COVID-19 story

There was little information about COVID-19 when the pandemic began, but one important piece of information we did have was…

Are school nurses OK?

We are certainly in extraordinary times, as exemplified by this “Public Advisory” issued from the Washington Education Association. The message…

Celebrating nurses

January 2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States hard, marked the start of the World Health Organization’s International…
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COVID-19 diagnostic testing

Nurse knowledge can improve test administration, ensure efficacy, and increase result accuracy Takeaways: • Three COVID-19 diagnostic testing methods are…

COVID-19 messaging

Many nurses have now been on the shifting frontlines of the COVID-19 response for five months, following the virus from…

COVID-19 pronouncement team

Villa Marie Claire is an inpatient residential hospice facility that is part of Holy Name Medical Center. The Villa is…
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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…

Elephant in the room

When there is an elephant in the room, introduce it… Those who watch the news, particularly CNN, have seen the…

Finally getting to the table?

Nurses have won the hearts and minds of the American public for their acts of true heroism, unbounded compassion, and…

Hot off the press!

Have you ever jumped in the deep end of the pool? That’s how I felt when I was invited to…

Navigating loss induced by COVID-19

The COVID-19 global pandemic has disrupted virtually every facet of society, infecting millions of people and instilling lingering fear about…

No More “Just a Nurse”

In the time of COVID-19, nurses and nursing are getting much more media attention than is typical. I see this…

On being human during crisis

When we show vulnerability it does not mean we lack resilience – it means we are human. Typically, leaders in…
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Our safety is your safety

When I texted my daughter’s best friend (who is like a daughter to me), I discovered that she was given…

Purpose in Life During COVID-19

Dr. Martha Abshire is an assistant professor and Dr. Mona Shattell is an associate dean at Johns Hopkins University. The…

Reader reaction: COVID-19 safety

It was with some surprise I read the column “Practice Matters” from Dr. Grant, our ANA president, in the October…

Rewards of neuro nursing

I am a nurse at Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown, WV, on the Neuro Intensive Care Unit. I work with…

Sharing your story

“Once upon a time…” Those three simple words probably conjure childhood memories of listening to your parents tell a tale…

The eyes of the world are on nurses

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the American Nurses Association and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics forecast the retirement of more…

The right path

“If you know, you know”, a quote that still rings true, to this same girl who idealized the vision of…

We Are Nurses!

School nurse Jenna Palmisano posted this YouTube video to comfort her students and other children who may be confused or…

We shall remember

On July 29, 2020, the New York Times reported that at least 150,909 people have died of COVID-19 in the…

Your eyes

I can only see your eyes. You can only see my eyes. I try to hear your voice over the…

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