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  1. Kimberly Madison

    About Gout | Knowledge is Power

    Inflammatory Arthritis According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Statistics, around 58.5 million people in the United States (U.S.) have a form of arthritis1. Non-inflammatory and inflammatory are the two major ca...
  2. IDK, What I Want To Do With Nursing

    I've been a nurse for about a year and a half now. I started as a postpartum nurse for a year and am now in a training program for OR nursing. My true passion though is babies and I want to become a labor & delivery nurse, maybe a NICU nurse in t...
  3. COVID-19: Return to School in Fall of 2021

    The whirlwind that COVID-19 threw students, educators and caregivers into in early 2020 was just the beginning of a flow of new but related storms each taking a different twist. Few would have thought that resuming schools after more than a year and ...
  4. Support for this scholarship is provided by Stryker. Applicants for this scholarship can be pursuing one of the following (but are not limited to) degrees in business (MBA), public health (MPH), nurse education (N.ED.) and Informatics. Requireme...
  5. The Role of Nurses in Country-Wide Vaccine Education

    According to November data from Pew Research Center, 39 percent of Americans said they would not get vaccinated against COVID-19. This means only 60 percent of Americans will be vaccinated despite a required inoculation rate of 80 to 90 percent to el...
  6. Download allnurses Magazine There are so many avenues to a nursing career nowadays both traditional like an ADN or BSN and non-traditional direct-entry MSN or DNP programs. All lead to the coveted RN credential. Everyone has a different journey and a...
  7. bbear2102

    Finding My Place in Nursing

    My career path in nursing has taken many twists and turns. I always knew that I wanted to be a nurse, this was the easy part. While I was in nursing school, I decided that I wanted to be a critical care nurse. After I graduated, I started working ...
  8. Since nursing education and training began 150 years ago, it has undergone many changes. Nursing education has evolved from hospital-based apprenticeships to college and university-based programs. Along the way, there has been much debate about ...
  9. So you’ve landed your first nursing job? Congratulations!! Guess what, learning doesn’t end here! If you were lucky enough to get into a good residency program that is awesome but who do you think is responsible for your orientation and that you get ...