While not an actual degree, nurse certification in your specialty may make sense You want to take that next step on your career path and you’re wondering what it should be. You are asking yourself whether the time is right to begin an advanced degree, complete one you started some time ago or perhaps pursue
The incidence of mumps is on the rise, and health officials have warned the public of a potential nationwide outbreak. From January 1 to February 25 2017, 37 states and the District of Columbia in the U.S. reported mumps infections in 1,077 people to CDC. The highest numbers appeared in the states of Arkansas, Missouri,
During American Heart Month, help improve cardiac health by teaching healthy lifestyle behaviors. A nurse's "Stay Connected" program did just that.
Ellen Pollack, RN At UCLA Health, the electronic health records system has all the bells and whistles it needs to be the useful tool and care diary it's intended to be, with one major bonus: the patient story is in the spotlight, in large part due to the ingenuity of RN Ellen Pollack
Nurse.com is pleased to announce the five national winners in this year’s GEM Awards program. “It is a great privilege for us to present these amazing GEM winners,” said Nurse.com Senior Vice President and CNE Eileen P. Williamson, MSN, RN, who personally called each of them to share the good news. "They are outstanding nurses
Who would’ve thought Legos could help children undergoing radiation treatment? RN creator Victor Ty did. His creations illustrate nurses’ innovative nature.
Kathy Ingelse decided to pursue her doctorate because she was profoundly affected by how many women veterans nationwide suffer from military sexual trauma.