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The Nurse-Patient Ratio: Five Years Later

The Nurse-Patient Ratio: Five Years Later

From state hlouses of legislature to the nurse on the floor, this important debate continues

Are We Just Cost Centers?

Are We Just Cost Centers?

Why is nursing considered an expense to the hospital?

Vote For A Nurse!

Vote For A Nurse!

There are 100 nurses serving in Congress and the state legislatures. Could you be next?

Medical Tourism

Medical Tourism

Patients need to carefully weigh risks and benefits

Tales From the ER (or is it ED?)

Tales From the ER (or is it ED?)

Whatever you call it, Emergency Nurses know that anything can happen

Should Nursing School Curriculum Be Standardized?

Should Nursing School Curriculum Be Standardized?

The Benefits of a Flexner Study to Nursing

Disaster Nursing

Disaster Nursing

Coping with the Infamous Topeka, Kansas Tornado of 1966

Why Power Napping Might be Right for the Nurses at Your Hospital

Why Power Napping Might be Right for the Nurses at Your Hospital

Research shows the benefits of catching 40 winks during a long shift.

A Question of Nursing Ethics

A Question of Nursing Ethics

Eleven nursing students participated in a cheating scheme. Is stronger punishment needed?

Grading the Hospitals

Grading the Hospitals

Patients can research a hospital before seeking care, but how accurate are these grading systems?

The Nursing Chain of Command

The Nursing Chain of Command

A tragic case that could have been prevented if the triage nurse had turned to her nursing superiors for guidance.

Nursing Associations: Why You Should Belong

Nursing Associations: Why You Should Belong

You can network, take on leadership roles, and make new friendships within your profession.

Analyzing Our Healthcare System: Is the Grass Greener?

Analyzing Our Healthcare System: Is the Grass Greener?

Are other heathcare systems really better than ours? Here we provide an in-depth analysis from a nurse who was raised and educated in France.

An Understaffed Nursing Team and a Christmas Diptheria Outbreak

An Understaffed Nursing Team and a Christmas Diptheria Outbreak

When the going gets tough, nurses get going

Do Not Send: The Nursing Blacklist

Do Not Send: The Nursing Blacklist

The DNS list is an important management tool, but must be used with objective, not subjective, protocol.

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