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How To Make The New Nurse Feel Welcome

How To Make The New Nurse Feel Welcome

Your first day on the job is always hard. You don’t know where anything is yet, you don’t know anyone, and you’re still getting settled into your new workflow. One of the worst things is when you start someplace new, […]

Single Tasking Day – Increase Your Productivity By Doing Less!

Single Tasking Day – Increase Your Productivity By Doing Less!

Multitasking is a lie. There is no such thing as true multitasking – the human mind is built to be the most efficient when focusing on a single task. According to modern psychological studies, what we think of as multitasking […]

Medical School and Mental Health: Depression Among Doctors

Medical School and Mental Health: Depression Among Doctors

A recent meta-analysis and systematic review of the literature from JAMA revealed that medical students were at unusually high risk of suicide, depressive ideations, and other related mood disorder issues. They also discovered that a full 11% of medical students […]

Pediatric Codes: What Nurses Need to Know

Pediatric Codes: What Nurses Need to Know

If you’re a nurse working in emergency medicine, you will inevitably encounter at least one pediatric code. They’re scary, and sadly, the prognosis isn’t always good for those patients. Delays in providing basic ABCs — airway, breathing, and circulation — […]

Entering The Working World: Challenges In Transitioning From School Into Practice

Entering The Working World: Challenges In Transitioning From School Into Practice

First of all, congratulations. You did it! You made it through the rigors of grad school, and now, you’re ready to go into practice as a nurse. That’s a huge achievement, and you should be incredibly proud of that. Transitioning […]

Nursing Abroad: Becoming An International Nurse

Nursing Abroad: Becoming An International Nurse

Even if you got your degree in the US, it’s not necessarily the only country where you can practice medicine. You can actually find nursing positions in other countries, giving you a great opportunity to travel. The skills and education […]

The Zodiac For Nurses: Your Horoscope For 2017

The Zodiac For Nurses: Your Horoscope For 2017

As nurses, our education and training is in the biological sciences and in medical practice. This, of course, revolves around empirical reasoning and evidence-based practice. But despite our scientific mindsets, some of us have a guilty pleasure for reading our […]

Gifts: The Ultimate Valentine’s Day Gift Guide For Nurses

Gifts: The Ultimate Valentine’s Day Gift Guide For Nurses

BuddhiBox Yoga Lifestyle Box Editor’s Pick Surprise your yogi valentine with a care package filled with deluxe samples and full-size yoga products that will inspire their yoga lifestyle on and off the mat! BuddhiBox is a must-have for any yoga […]

Beauty: The Ultimate Valentine’s Day Gift Guide For Nurses

Beauty: The Ultimate Valentine’s Day Gift Guide For Nurses

Wonderland Organics Editor’s Pick Wonderland Organics was created to be a skincare line safe for cancer survivors to use. Wonderland Organics uses 2 key ingredients, organic rosehip seed oil and organic rooibos extract for a healthy and hydrating lotion. Add […]

How To Relate To Your Non-Nursing Friends

How To Relate To Your Non-Nursing Friends

As nurses, we often have friends both inside and outside of the healthcare world. And honestly, there are some things that non-nurses just don’t really seem to “get” about our jobs. Every day, we run into new challenges and don’t […]

Accessories: The Ultimate Valentine’s Day Gift Guide For Nurses

Accessories: The Ultimate Valentine’s Day Gift Guide For Nurses

Not Vodka Water Bottle Editor’s Pick Stand out from the crowd of Hydroflasks and Swell bottles with a Not Vodka bottle. The Bullet is a full-size insulated bottle that keeps cold beverages cold for 30 hours and your warm beverage […]

Food & Drink: The Ultimate Valentine’s Day Gift Guide For Nurses

Food & Drink: The Ultimate Valentine’s Day Gift Guide For Nurses

“Too Hot In The Kitchen” Cookbook Editor’s Pick For the women, “Too Hot In The Kitchen: Secrets to Sizzle At Any Age” includes nutritional information for all recipes, women’s quotes, EASY healthy recipes, a chapter with aphrodisiac foods, and a […]

I Got Assigned The Patient No One Wants To Take. How Do I Deal With This?

I Got Assigned The Patient No One Wants To Take. How Do I Deal With This?

As nurses, we all occasionally run into patients that could be described as “difficult.” For any of a variety of reasons, they’re unusually difficult to work with. They may complain constantly, hesitate to comply, or even be aggressive. Sometimes it’s […]

Apparel: The Ultimate Valentine’s Day Gift Guide For Nurses

Apparel: The Ultimate Valentine’s Day Gift Guide For Nurses

Physiclo Resistance Pants Editor’s Pick Physiclo is a unique line of performance clothing featuring built-in resistance band technology developed at the NYU School of Medicine. By integrating resistance into the clothing you wear, you add an extra “layer” of challenge […]

A Dog’s Purpose: Using Canines In The Medical Field

A Dog’s Purpose: Using Canines In The Medical Field

Dogs are much smarter than many people give them credit for. They’re equipped with some of the finest odor detection equipment on the planet. When it comes to picking up unusual smells, nothing beats the schnoz of a pooch.  The […]