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A must-know survival tip for nurses

A must-know survival tip for nurses

There are certain tips and tricks that every nurse should have in his or her back pocket. “Mouth breathing” is one of them!

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“Why personal branding is important for nurses”

Most nurses don’t think of themselves a brand. But you have to make yourself a marketable asset and resource so that a company sees value in you.

What’s the recipe for success as a nurse?

What’s the recipe for success as a nurse?

You’ve heard the saying, “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” Well, the same can be said for nurses who work countless hours and have little time for fun!

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10 things for nurses to be thankful for this holiday season

The hospital doesn’t have holiday hours. Illness and injury don’t take a holiday. But we still can be thankful, even when working over the holidays. Here’s why.

Why nurses should always keep the patient’s perspective in mind

Why nurses should always keep the patient’s perspective in mind

Hospitals can be a pretty scary and confusing place if you’re not used to them. Here’s why nurses should always try to keep the patient’s perspective in mind when administering care.

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Ask Aunt Agatha: “Help! I hate my job and want to quit!”

Having a hard time on the job? Aunt Agatha has some sage advice for you.

Advice for nurses interested in relocating

Advice for nurses interested in relocating

If you’ve ever considered moving to another state or becoming a travel nurse, these are some things you’ll want to know before taking the plunge!

How to make the best out of working a Thanksgiving shift

How to make the best out of working a Thanksgiving shift

Check out this week’s episode of “The Sean Dent Show,” where Sean Dent shares some of his fondest memories of working on Thanksgiving.

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5 things that can lead to nurse burnout … and how to cope with them

Nurses burn out…and burn out often. Here are five ways to save your sanity.

“How to ration a sandwich”: Helpful advice for dealing with demanding patients

“How to ration a sandwich”: Helpful advice for dealing with demanding patients

As a nurse, you will encounter your fair share of demanding patients. If not handled correctly, they have the potential to walk all over you and make your shift an absolute nightmare! Here’s how to cope.

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“How doing the right thing means meeting brick walls in humanity and healthcare”

Brittney discusses rational vs. emotional decisions and what it means to “do the right thing” as a nurse.

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“If You’re a Nurse, Be Someone’s Superhero” – Did you read it?

RN Shelly Lopez Gray shares one way to be a great nurse. See if you agree with what she has to say!

“How should I prep for my APRN boards?”

“How should I prep for my APRN boards?”

In this week’s episode of “The Sean Dent Show” on ScrubsBeat, Sean Dent shares some great information to help you get ready for your upcoming exam.

“What inspires you to find the nurse leader within yourself?”

“What inspires you to find the nurse leader within yourself?”

As nurses, you have to lead every day of your professional career as a patient advocate and role model for those around you. But where does that inspiration come from?

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5 things every nurse needs to know about CRNAs

Whether you work with a CRNA, are considering becoming one or are just curious about the career path, here are five things you should know.