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Are You Ready To Take On Nurse Management?

Are You Ready To Take On Nurse Management?

As complex the role of being a nurse is, there is still someone above it all who has to take charge and manage the frenzy. These are the nurse managers, who not only are qualified to administer patient care, but […]

Ask Auntie Aggie: “The new doctor is making me REALLY uncomfortable”

Ask Auntie Aggie: “The new doctor is making me REALLY uncomfortable”

Is a doctor’s behavior making you uncomfortable? Read Auntie Aggie’s advice.

“How do I build better work relationships?”

“How do I build better work relationships?”

Not every coworker is going to be best friend material, but you can still set the tone for a positive work environment. Here’s how.

“We have to speak up”: Nurses unite against bullying in the workplace

“We have to speak up”: Nurses unite against bullying in the workplace

It’s Bullying Awareness Week and our Nurseonalities are taking a unified stand against bullying—will you join them?

“How do you stay sane during a crazy shift?”

“How do you stay sane during a crazy shift?”

You can’t always prepare for a challenging shift, but you can survive it. Here’s how.

The five most important people you meet in the hospital

The five most important people you meet in the hospital

Ever wonder how to prioritize your relationships at work? Here’s a handy-dandy guide for how to divide your time!

Remembering the annual ‘New Residents Day’

Remembering the annual ‘New Residents Day’

July 1st used to be a date which forever lived in infamy for nurses who work in teaching hospitals…

12 nurse tips for waking up the doctor

12 nurse tips for waking up the doctor

A nurse has got to do what a nurse has got to do. Sometimes that means waking up the MD.

20 bad habits that will drive your coworkers crazy

20 bad habits that will drive your coworkers crazy

Whatever you do, don’t be the nurse who is known for any of these 20 bad practices…

How do I deal with bickering and backstabbing?

How do I deal with bickering and backstabbing?

It’s human nature for people to have differing opinions that lead to arguments. But it gets old, tends to solve nothing and creates a counterproductive work environment.

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A nurse’s confession about staffing and infection rates

Do higher patient loads equal higher patient infection rates?

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Can job-hopping hurt a nurse’s career?

Is job-hopping a bad thing for nurses? Sean Dent weighs in.

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A tribute to my nursing heroes of 2014

A thank-you to all the wonderful nurses who make me proud to be a part of this profession.

Tips to help nurses deal with bullying

Tips to help nurses deal with bullying

In this week’s episode of “The Katie Duke Show”on ScrubsBeat, Katie Duke shares some tips to help every nurse deal with bullying in the workplace.

Toxic Nursing: the stories, the solutions

Toxic Nursing: the stories, the solutions

The experts weigh in on how to handle some of more unpleasant scenarios you may encounter while on the job.