When some patients see Aisha Hasan-Rasool’s long sleeves under her lab coat and her headscarf, they want to know where she’s from. “I tell them Buffalo, New York,” said Hasan-Rasool, RN, WHNP-BC. Hasan-Rasool is a nurse practitioner at a small women’s health clinic in Duluth, Ga. Like nearly half of all Muslims born in the
VA nurses are developing expertise in caring for female veterans with PTSD, and of how the VA is working to create a more welcoming, safe place for women exposed to trauma while serving their country.
The biggest problem with the eating habits of nurses during work hours is usually not that they eat too much — it's that they don't eat enough, nutrition experts say. "It's when you skip meals that your stress level gets crazier than it might otherwise," says Kerry Neville, MS, RD, a Washington-based nutrition consultant and