Here’s an original poem I wrote that hits close to home for so many caregivers. I call it “Ode to The Road Warrior.”
Nurses working in the long-term care sector may feel isolated or excluded from other workers in the healthcare industry, new research suggests.
More men and people of color are entering the nursing profession, and more nurses are pursuing additional education than ever before, according to a new analysis.
The event of the season is all but here — the 5th Annual McKnight’s Online Expo takes place Wednesday. Registration is ongoing and has been brisk for the trio of educational webinars.
Nurses who regularly use disinfectants to clean surfaces could be at increased risk of developing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, researchers announced on Monday.
If you’ve ever seen the movie “Catch Me If You Can,” you’ve probably wondered how in the world the protagonist could get away with his scheme of working jobs he had no qualifications for for so long. You might have also asked yourself that when reading the top story of our Daily Update on Monday morning.
I started thinking: If young Nurse Jackie knew what she would have to go through to get a smile of contentment on her face, would that huge smile turn to a look of horror? Could I have let her know that everything she would go through would be what would bring about that smile of contentment she wears now?