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The 5 nurse bully types every hospital is hiding

The 5 nurse bully types every hospital is hiding

Now, you can finally put a name to their unsmiling faces.

7 tips for working as a nurse while pregnant

7 tips for working as a nurse while pregnant

If you’re a nurse and you’re pregnant, read these handy tips from Kati Kleber for some relief while you’re on the job.

Nurses, watch your backs! But actually, though…

Nurses, watch your backs! But actually, though…

It’s never too early to start thinking about all that professional wear and tear—starting with your back.

6 ways for nurses to take care of themselves during flu season

6 ways for nurses to take care of themselves during flu season

Here are some practical tips to stay at the top of your flu-prevention game.

5 ways to upgrade your “me” time off the job

5 ways to upgrade your “me” time off the job

Take treating yourself seriously with five ideas guaranteed to leave you feeling refreshed.

9 not-so-harmless habits that might be disrupting your sleep

9 not-so-harmless habits that might be disrupting your sleep

Think you’re a bad sleeper? Don’t worry—here’s how to set the stage for a more satisfying snooze.

6 tips for managing patient care while living with chronic illness

6 tips for managing patient care while living with chronic illness

It’s hard enough taking care of patients, let alone balancing work with personal health issues. Here are some tips for getting through the tough shifts.

Should what happens in the hospital…stay in the hospital?

Should what happens in the hospital…stay in the hospital?

One nurse ponders the difficulties of staying within the bounds of social acceptability without suffering from social isolation.

3 big lessons I learned when my patient almost fell

3 big lessons I learned when my patient almost fell

The patient was doing awesome. It was time to get him out of that darn critical care bed and in a chair. Here’s what happened when he almost fell.

Back pain, be gone—5 tips for nurses

Back pain, be gone—5 tips for nurses

You and back pain have been in a toxic relationship for long enough, and we think it’s time you moved on. Here’s how.

How do I deal with an on-the-job injury?

How do I deal with an on-the-job injury?

If you suffer an on-the-job injury, obtain treatment as soon as possible. That doesn’t mean stopping by employee health on your way out the door after your shift. It means stopping what you’re doing, notifying your supervisor and seeking medical care immediately.

2 key work-life balance tips for nurses

2 key work-life balance tips for nurses

Nursing can be a tough field to maintain a work-life balance because there are so many things to say no and yes to.

Under stress and overwhelmed

Under stress and overwhelmed

Stress is ubiquitous in nursing—let’s face it, it’s part of the job description—so it’s easy to write off as something you just have to live with.

Basic self-defense tips for nurses

Basic self-defense tips for nurses

Does your work schedule have you coming and going during late night or early morning hours? Here’s how to stay safe when you are your own best defense.

9 work perks nurses wish they had

9 work perks nurses wish they had

We turned to the Scrubs Mag and Men in Nursing Facebook pages to ask what employee benefits you’d love to receive. Here’s what you had to say!