Donald Trump took a stab at surging GOP presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson, saying he couldn't handle the presidency with job-creating experience that extended to a "nurse or maybe two."
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed landmark legislation, allowing terminally ill patients to obtain lethal medication to end their lives when and where they choose. In a deeply personal note, Brown said he read opposition materials carefully, but in the end was left to reflect on what he would want in the face of his own death.
Patients Using Nurse Practitioners For Primary Care Less Likely To Have Avoidable Hospital Admissions
New research from The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston indicates that diabetic patients who got their primary care from nurse practitioners did not have an increase in potentially preventable hospital admissions.
Nurses have a much different relationship with our patients than physicians do. We spend all day with patients taking care of their every need. So when you go into work for an eight- or 12-hour shift and you're working with the same group of patients — you form a special bond with them.
If you want to know highest paying states for nurses in America, you’ve come to the right place. We can help you find a state where the average salary is higher, so you can move there and earn more money. Also, if you are going to become a registered nurse, you will find out where you should start your career.
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.
A Southern California nurse said she was working in the emergency room when she learned a patient dying from a hit-and-run crash was her brother.
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