As nurse practitioners progress in their career, they may find themselves asking what's next? Many may consider pursuing advanced degrees, but find themselves turned off by the heavy research load.
When I initially graduated from nursing school, I thought I wanted to be a nursery nurse. When I got hired in L&D, I thought I had my foot in the door, and eventually I would transition to the nursery.
Julie Moss, a program-scheduling director at HBO, had an appointment for a checkup. But instead of hailing cabs and waiting in a doctor's office, she had the doctor come to her.
The pain of a romantic breakup may hit women harder at first, but they recover far more quickly from the loss than men do, new research suggests.
A path to a “second act” almost invariably involves setbacks. But Rachel Christian’s five-year journey to become a nurse is proof that even the largest of hurdles can be cleared.
What began as routine file maintenance ended in arrest and possible jail time for a licensed practical nurse who shared a patient's medical information with her spouse.
Disclaimer! I am a labor and delivery nurse. I'm just kidding around... kind of. Like, 90 percent kidding, 10 percent not. Well, maybe 80/20. Just remember, if we didn't joke around sometimes, we'd be miserable!
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Liz Di Bernardo