Journal of Nursing
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125 Doctors, Nurses Trained To Recognize Human Trafficking

According to U.S. government sources, human trafficking affects 200 million people worldwide and is a $32 billion industry. “Often the first and only place (victims) can turn to is a hospital ER, and if those doctors and nurses have a protocol to look for victims, they can be a lifesaver,” he said.

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Texas Ebola Nurse Suing Hospital Where She Was Infected

A nurse who contracted Ebola at the Dallas hospital where she worked plans to sue the hospital's parent company, Texas Health Resources, hoping to be a "voice for other nurses," her lawyer said.

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Why Cincinnati Hospitals Are Hiring More Recent Grads

Recent nursing school graduates are landing more jobs at local hospitals, boosting the average education level of the workforce, according to a study by the Greater Cincinnati Health Council.

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Sanctions Against Texas Nurses On The Rise

In Texas there has been a substantial increase in nurses being disciplined by the state and losing their licenses.

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In Labor And Delivery Nurses Know How To Fight

If you're a nurse, and you're lucky, you've never seen a maternal death. But every single one of us have seen too many close calls. Every nurse I know fights for their patients every single day.

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Menopause Misery May Last 14 Years

Researchers have now found that the hot flashes which make menopause so miserable, can last an average of seven years, and persist for an average of 10 years among African-American women.

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Editor-in Chief:
Kirsten Nicole

Editorial Staff:
Kirsten Nicole
Stan Kenyon
Robyn Bowman
Kimberly McNabb
Lisa Gordon
Stephanie Robinson

Contributors:
Kirsten Nicole
Stan Kenyon
Liz Di Bernardo
Cris Lobato
Elisa Howard
Susan Cramer