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Nursing During the Spanish Flu Epidemic of 1918

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Nursing During the Spanish Flu Epidemic of 1918

Fine in the morning, dead by nightfall

By Elizabeth Hanink, RN, BSN, PHN

One of the deadliest epidemics in recorded history involved a disease far less notorious than the “Black Death” (bubonic plague) that swept Europe during the Middle Ages — and occurred less than a century ago. The devastating influenza pandemic of 1918-1919 ...

Community-Based Palliative Care

Community-Based Palliative Care

California leading the way

Black Nurses and the 1793 Philadelphia Yellow Fever Epidemic
Hospital Romance

Hospital Romance

In pop culture, nurses find love, marriage and passion at work. Here is the real story.

How to Bring Evidence-Based Research to Your Nursing Practice

How to Bring Evidence-Based Research to Your Nursing Practice

Helpful links to nursing associations, Twitter feeds and news alerts

10 Ways to Be a Better Nurse in 2017

10 Ways to Be a Better Nurse in 2017

These strategies will revitalize your career in the new year

Men in Nursing 2016

Men in Nursing 2016

Paths to Caring

Pictures of Her

Pictures of Her

Family photos bring a human dimension to critical care

Six Savvy Ways to Beat Nurse Burnout

Six Savvy Ways to Beat Nurse Burnout

It all comes down to self care

When Nurses Smoked in Hospitals
RN Resume FAQ

RN Resume FAQ

Advice from Recruiters

RN Networking

RN Networking

Use social media, conferences and daily workplace interactions to connect and enrich your career

Clinical Analytics at the Bedside

Clinical Analytics at the Bedside

What do algorithms, predictive modeling and big data have to do with patient care? Plenty, it turns out.

In Conversation with Dr. Linda Burnes Bolton

In Conversation with Dr. Linda Burnes Bolton

The Cedars-Sinai CNO shares ideas and insights with Working Nurse Editor Catherine Rhodes

Nurses Week 2016: CNOs Speak Out On Safety

Nurses Week 2016: CNOs Speak Out On Safety

Innovations and Advice for Better Practice

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