Many people outwardly display happiness and exuberance. In reality, they may be concealing inner turmoil and depression. Depressive people fear that others may notice they’re flawed personalities. They fear people close to them may become judgmental if the depth and intensity of depression is revealed. People try to avoid being labeled as a depressive character…

If you’re contemplating working full-time during nursing school or you’re already struggling to balance these commitments, read on for seven tips to stay sane while going to nursing school and holding down a full-time job. 1. Find a flexible job Maybe you’re lucky enough to already have a flexible job: You can set your own…

I’ve been hearing a lot lately about new grad nursing programs. I’m pleased to know there are more of them cropping up. It will hopefully help us to keep new nurses in the profession. We continue to lose far too many in the first 3 years because nursing isn’t what they expected it to be….

Nursing is one of the most satisfying and rewarding career paths out there, and that’s no hollow talk. In fact, a survey from AMN Healthcare showed that nurses are, by and large, satisfied with their career choice, with around 85 percent of nurses reporting emphatic job satisfaction. With a looming shortage of both registered nurses and…

Patient or nurse, no one chooses to be in the hospital over the holidays—but sometimes it can’t be helped. If you’d like to help cheer up your patients but aren’t sure how, we’ve rounded up eight ideas to help you perk them up over the holidays. And don’t be surprised if these acts of kindness…

Night shifts are a polarizing thing for nurses. Some nurses love them, some nurses hate them, and others are simply paying their dues on the night shift until they can switch to the day shift. It’s a rite of passage for nurses; there’s a lot to learn at night in the hospital. Unfortunately, one of…

Misinformation about the coronavirus COVID19 has been rampant for weeks, and now that factual and informative information along with strong directives from the CDC has emerged, we’re experiencing the exponential growth we’ve heard about in locations such as Asia, Europe, and Australia. Nurses are scrambling to meet the needs of patients in every possible setting….

What is Pulmonary Fibrosis? Pulmonary fibrosis (PF) is a respiratory disease where the lungs slowly lose the ability to function due to scarring. This scarring causes the passageways to become thick and hard, which inhibits the lung’s ability to move oxygen through the walls of the alveoli and into the bloodstream.  Patients with pulmonary fibrosis find themselves…

I was offered a Beanie Sleeper to try out and as I’m sure you all understand, life has been hectic and stressful. I was somewhat reluctant to try it because I get HOT when I sleep and it wakes me up! Anything on my head holds in my body heat and makes me hot faster. But when…

Photographing wounds is an essential part of documenting quality care, complications and healing progress. A picture is worth a thousand words when it comes to accurately depict the status and progress. Hopefully, you will never regret not having that level of documentation to support your care. A photograph can serve to visually describe a wound….

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