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Advancing education with FOAM

Access learning online. EDITOR’S NOTE: This article will appear in an upcoming issue of American Nurse Journal. (more…)

Digital dissemination platforms

Use social media and news sites to promptly share your scholarly work.   Takeaways Social media platforms and news outlets contribute to the swift and vast dissemination of scholarly…

How to be an online nurse influencer

Tips for building followers and expanding your healthcare impact Takeaways:  Nurses can be influencers well beyond their immediate circle of patients, clients, and colleagues.  Social media professional profiles…
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Issues up close

Awful day. Dealt with cranky, unreasonable pt with gross incision. Headed for *$. Gone are the “Dear Diary” days when one’s written frustrations or observations were kept under…

Overcoming misinformation and disinformation

Spreading falsehoods is a threat to nursing practice and patient safety. Lillee Gelinas How do you learn information, both true and false? How do you know the difference?…
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Professional social networking for nurses

WHEN MY GRANDPARENTS were children, they communicated in person or by letter. In my parents’ generation, the telephone became popular. Today, much of our communication takes place through…

Saved by…um…Facebook?

Author Leah Curtin analyzes a case where a juror’s entry on Facebook affected the outcome.

Social Media as a Format for Nursing Activism

Nurses tell your stories! We have a unique perspective, an uncanny ability to simultaneously view the world through both a magnifying glass and a wide-angle lens. This belief…
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Social media in healthcare: A 360-degree view

What to do when patients record you working. Takeaways: Misuse of social media occurs when users (patients or nurses) post information that isn’t their own, is derogatory, or…
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Unplanned and unforeseen unemployment

 Prepare now so you’re not caught off guard.  Takeaways: Most nurses never expect to be terminated from their jobs. Preparing for unexpected job loss can help you navigate…

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