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What are Nurse’s Revelation about “Being a Nurse”? May 28, 2020

What are Nurse’s Revelation about “Being a Nurse”?

Nurses may always seem really nice to patients, but they are people too. They can get tired and emotional at times. There were days when they want to tell their patients some things, but they just couldn’t.

1. You might think we don’t care, but we always do

Nurses do a lot of things, and they may be rushing about the ward or flustered. Because nurses care about their patients, the first thing to slip is awareness of how nurses appear to others. Nurses have other, more important, things to think about – like keeping people alive!

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Must know Facts before Becoming a Nurse May 26, 2020

Must know Facts before Becoming a Nurse

We all know that nursing isn’t easy. From the bedside to the operating table, nurses are some of the most trusted professionals in healthcare. In one day, a nurse can see dozens of patients, experience death and birth, and be charged with making life-changing decisions in seconds. In case you’re wondering about the harsh reality of being a nurse, here are the things we wish you know before you become any type of nurse.

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What are Different Types of Nursing Specialities? May 25, 2020

What are Different Types of Nursing Specialities?

Figuring out what type of nurse you should be can realistically be broken down into two sections. The first is nursing career categories and nursing job specialties. Finding out which nursing career category you might be interested in will help determine which field of nursing you might wish to pursue. The nursing job specialty will help narrow down your search of which career path you might be interested in based on the routine tasks and setting in which you might work.

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What are the Differences between an ICU and an Emergency Nurse? May 18, 2020

What are the Differences between an ICU and an Emergency Nurse?

You’re confident in your decision to become a nurse. With your caring personality and ability to keep calm in any situation, you know that this is the right next step for your career. What’s less clear is the nursing work environment that will be the best fit for your skills and characteristics.

Not all hospital nursing positions are the same. You think you’ve narrowed your options down to working in an emergency room (ER) nurses or an intensive care unit (ICU)—but now you’re stumped. So what exactly is the difference between nursing in the ER or the ICU?

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7 Ways to Protect Your Practice and Patients during COVID-19 Pandemic May 7, 2020

7 Ways to Protect Your Practice and Patients during COVID-19 Pandemic

Nurses are playing a very important role both locally and globally. They are on the front lines caring for patients day in and day out. They are able to see what is working, as well as things that can be done differently to provide more effective and efficient care and offer suggestions for improvement.

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Nursing: How to Build Mental Health and Psychological Resilience? May 7, 2020

Nursing: How to Build Mental Health and Psychological Resilience?

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic sweeps across the world, it is causing widespread concern, fear, and stress, all of which are natural and normal reactions to the changing and uncertain situation that everyone finds themselves in. It seems inevitable that caring for patients in the high-stakes context of COVID-19 will take its toll on the mental health of nurses.

Health care workers will be strained. They will see people die under terrible circumstances. They may have to make heart-wrenching choices, like who gets a ventilator and who doesn’t. They will take care of people who were careless with social distancing.

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What are Ebola learnings that help nurses battle against Coronavirus? May 7, 2020

What are Ebola learnings that help nurses battle against Coronavirus?

The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented challenge. The U.S. hasn’t suffered from a pandemic like this in more than a century. But other countries have recently had to deal with very frightening disease outbreaks, like the Ebola crisis in West Africa.

Nurses were squarely in the public eye: examined, criticized, and, at times, praised as singular heroes amidst failing institutions. The nation learned that some hospitals and regions are better prepared than others to address infectious disease epidemics; that nurses are on the front lines of care; and that, without adequate training and protection, nurses put their own health and safety in jeopardy to care for the public.

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Exclusive COVID-19 Crisis Freebies for Nurses April 11, 2020

Exclusive COVID-19 Crisis Freebies for Nurses

She felt like she deserves a freebie. She has police friends who always receive free meals, donuts, and coffee throughout the community, and she always thinks, “when would it be a nurse’s turn?” Well my friends, it took a pandemic crisis, but our nurses have now got a chance for their freebies. For those types of nurses who love gifts, it’s time to receive one.

We searched the internet and found everything from socks to coffee, all for free!

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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Must Know Survival Tips for Nurses April 11, 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Must Know Survival Tips for Nurses

About the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

Since December 2019,  multiple clusters of COVID-19 cases have been reported across more than 70 countries which include highly affected Italy, Iran, Japan, South Korea, and the United States.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services declared the virus to be a nationwide health emergency following the World Health Organization’s (WHO) declaration of a public health emergency of international concern on January 30, 2020.

The first death due to COVID-19 in the United States was reported in Kirkland, Washington State, on February 29, 2020. Since then, the number of new cases and deaths has been accelerating exponentially at a frightening rate.

But just how big of a threat is coronavirus?

Here’s what you need to know.

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Key Patient Advocate Nursing Practices for Registered Nurses April 11, 2020

Key Patient Advocate Nursing Practices for Registered Nurses

What is patient advocacy?

According to the American Nurses Association (ANA), the definition of Patient Advocacy is:

  • Protection, promotion, and optimization of health and abilities;
  • Prevention of illness and injury;
  • Alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human response;
  • Advocacy in the care of individuals, families, communities, and populations.

From years, Patient Advocacy has saved lives, helped in maintaining the good health of patients, decreased the nurses’ workload, ensured caring and quality care of patients, and has minimized burden on the healthcare system.

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