Nursing is bracing for what’s being called a “silver tsunami” — a graying Baby Boomer workforce entering retirement. On top of that, many other nurses are leaving the field out of frustration. Why? They don’t feel they’re making enough of a difference for their patients.
Graduate education is an investment of time as much as money. For nurses looking to move up in the profession, whether to earn a master's degree, or MSN, rather than a Doctorate of Nursing Practice, is a decision about both.
You'll become skilled in not just medicine, but in waitressing, technology, mediation, and more.
There are lots of nurses in my family, including my mother, who has been a nursery nurse for almost 40 years. So I know a thing or two about being raised by a nurse...
Nurses have incorporated the idea of basing care decisions on their intuition into nursing discipline for decades, according to the authors, but educational institutions have largely ignored the concept in recent years.
Study comes to surprising conclusion about mysterious malady’s causes, suggests possible remedies
Nurses are pretty much unstoppable, but every so often, they get pissed off like the rest of us. Endless hospital shifts, vomiting patients and not enough time to pee will do that to a person. To figure out just what makes them tick, we spoke to a number of nurses and rounded up a few pet peeves we've seen circulating on Facebook.
After a long, hard, stressful day, there’s nothing better for a dog owner than returning home and seeking comfort from your canine pal.
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Liz Di Bernardo