Speak Up, Nurses!

March 27th, 2015 by

Successful NurseWhen the one who speaks the loudest and gets the response of the team is not providing safe or ethical care, whose responsibility is it to take the lead and advocate for the patient? [...] Read More

The Nurse’s Role as a Mentor

March 18th, 2015 by

Nurse Mentor Staffing ratios look glum, but full nursing programs are an encouraging sight! In order to benefit from an influx of new nurses, we must take on yet another role: that of nurse mentor. [...] Read More

The Daily Transition From Work to Home

March 11th, 2015 by

Stressed NurseIt’s hard for nurses to switch from work mode once they get home. Finding a way to transition smoothly can improve your quality of life on a daily basis. [...] Read More

As Seen on TV: The Portrayal of Nurses in the Media

March 4th, 2015 by

Two Nurses Facing OffCan you think of more than a handful of characters in TV and movies who are nurses? Of those, how many are realistic portrayals? [...] Read More