Halloween is a fun time of year filled with tricks, treats and the occasional entertaining fright-fest. But who ever thought nursing could be downright scary? Here is Scrubbed In’s list of nursing scares that might make you jump out of your skin (and chuckle, too).
How much of a difference can we make in just one day?
Make a Difference Day is an annual event hosted by USA Weekend Magazine in conjunction with Points of Light. The goal is to not only inspire others to provide community service for just one day, but to create a lifelong habit of making a difference in the world around us.
What’s that saying again? Nurses make the best patients?
Oh, that’s right. It’s actually the opposite. Listen, nurses. It’s time to follow your own advice. These important routine checkups are the best way to take active control of your health. Read this infographic and share.
And make those appointments!
A while back, we highlighted some of the exceptional nurse-written blogs out there in the blogosphere. We got tons of great recommendations from readers and bloggers about additional noteworthy blogs we had missed. We pulled these suggestions together for our second volume of best nurse-written blogs.
Welcome to our Nurse Entrepreneur Series! Meet Beverly Thomassian, RN, MPH, CDE, BC-ADM. Registered nurse, diabetes educator and founder/owner of Diabetes Education Services, Beverly is dedicated to making an impact in diabetes education through training clinicians and teaching patients how to take control of the disease.
Have you ever read a headline that seemed completely ridiculous, only to discover it came from a satirical news source like The Onion?
Well, if The Onion had a nursing section, here would be 10 hilarious (and fake) headlines that might catch you off guard if you weren't paying attention.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Whether you are a breast cancer survivor, know someone who has had the disease, or feel connected to the struggle simply because you’re a nurse, October is a great impetus to get involved in the fight. Here are 5 ways you can make a difference as a nurse.
Who wouldn’t want to go to a nurse wellness retreat in a beautiful locale like Hawaii or the Caribbean! Of course, for many of us, that isn’t a feasible option. But you don’t need all the bells and whistles to have a rejuvenating respite from the stressors of your life as a nurse. All you need is a few designated hours, a great group of interested nurses and some ideas to get you started.