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Nurse to Nurse: 7 Activities for a Self-Care Routine

“Think of yourself as a bank account, you can keep spending, but if you don't put something back in, you're going to end up in a serious deficit." - Wendy Mason PhD, Purdue University 

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Is Public Health Nursing for You?

Would you like to make an impact on populations with high rates of risky behaviors, unplanned pregnancies, and infectious disease? Does creating a campaign to decrease child abuse or improve […]

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Is Oncology Nursing for You?

Do you enjoy solving complex problems? Do you live for translating intricate information into simplified patient education? Do you have a knack for connecting with people? Do you have a passion […]

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Is Critical Care Nursing for You?

Do you love being where the action is?  Do you thrive in complex situations? Do your observation and problem-solving skills shine? Are you drawn to technology, machines, gadgets? Do you respond to […]

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5 Tips to Help You Quickly Adapt to Being a New Nurse in the ED

Congratulations you got your first job in the Emergency Department (ED). You’re going to be where the action is and that’s exciting, but getting started…”It’s like drinking from a fire hose!” This […] read more

7 Resume Writing Strategies for New Graduates in The Healthcare Industry

Congratulations! You've worked hard over the past few years to earn your degree and are excited to leave school and put your new skills to work. You have high hopes for getting started and may […]

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