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Share these inspirational quotes for nurses to boost your mood

Share these inspirational quotes for nurses to boost your mood

Read these inspirational quotes for nurses to make your day brighter, boost your motivation and engage your creativity. You are awesome and we appreciate how much you do every day, especially during the ongoing pandemic. Enjoy these inspirational quotes for nurses...

Nurse Who Uses A Wheelchair Shares Her Inspirational Story

Do you remember your acceptance letter for nursing school? Do you remember how you felt? Anxious? Nervous? Excited? Maybe you felt a rush of all of those feelings. How about scared that someone would turn you around when you showed up for orientation or your first...

36 Nurses from 1 Hospital Unit Pregnant At The Same Time

36 Nurses from 1 Hospital Unit Pregnant At The Same Time

It’s not a far stretch to guess that NICU nurses are quite fond of babies, but you could say that the nurses from the NICU unit at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City really, reallylove babies. Need proof? Just check out the matching baby bumps that a whopping 36...

CDC Issues Health Alert Over Hepatitis A Outbreaks

CDC Issues Health Alert Over Hepatitis A Outbreaks

By: Kathleen Gaines BSN, RN, BA, CBC The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently issued a health alert due to widespread outbreaks of Hepatitis A throughout the U.S. The outbreak mainly affects those experiencing homelessness and who use drugs. In the...

Alarm Fatigue is Way Too Real (and Scary) For Nurses

Alarm Fatigue is Way Too Real (and Scary) For Nurses

By: Kathleen Gaines BSN, RN, BA, CBC Constant beeping - medication pumps, monitors, beds, ventilators, vital sign machines, and feeding pumps – are alarms that are all too familiar to nurses, especially in the intensive care unit. Research indicates that 72% to 99% of...