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Nurses Against COVID-19

Learn about the challenges nurses like you face with this pandemic, as well as solutions that are available now or are in the works, with our free COVID-19 resources.

For Nurses, By Nurses

Looking for a blog written for nurses by nurses? CEHQ offers content on the clinical side of nursing, but also the human side. Read from nurses first hand as they navigate personal and professional issues and get up to date on medical research and health conditions.

Nurse Life

Looking for stories, experiences, and tips from nurses stationed around the country? Read about topics like nurse shortages, parenting on the night-shift, and how to fill your nutrition on a 12 hour shift.


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Catch up on today’s medical break-throughs and exciting new research. Our Nurse planners pull content from the country’s top medical sources like the CDC, Elsevier, and the National Medical Library.

8 Things to Research Before a Nurse Interview

8 Things to Research Before a Nurse Interview

When applying for a job, it’s important to come equipped with knowledge about the company that you’re applying to. This is true whether you are preparing for an interview or searching for an employer to apply to that fits your needs. Researching the employer gives the...

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Know Your ABGs – Arterial Blood Gases Explained

Know Your ABGs – Arterial Blood Gases Explained

An arterial blood gases (ABG) test is a blood test that measures the acidity, or pH, and the levels of oxygen (O2) and carbon dioxide (CO2) from an artery. The test is used to check the function of the patient’s lungs and how well they are able to move...

3 Real Nurses React To ‘Nurses’ TV Show

3 Real Nurses React To ‘Nurses’ TV Show

Now, I know Hollywood hasn’t always been friendly with how they portray the nurse role in scripted shows and movies. And, we real nurses catch on to literally everything - I know we’ve all seen the memes when equipment, scenarios, or responses aren’t realistic.  While...

CDC Disease of the Week: Shigellosis

[shig·el·lo·sis]   Shigellosis is a diarrheal disease caused by a group of bacteria called Shigella. Most people get shigellosis after having close contact with an infected person, eating or drinking contaminated food or water, or touching contaminated surfaces...

Opioid Use and Pregnancy

Risks of Opioid Misuse During Pregnancy Untreated opioid use disorder during pregnancy can have devastating consequences for the unborn baby. Fluctuating levels of opioids in the mother may expose the fetus to repeated periods of withdrawal, which can harm placenta...