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Please enjoy this guest post from Samantha Boone of Aspen University:“Rejoice in your work; never lose sight of the nursing leader you are now and the nursing leader you will become.” – Sue FitzsimonsLeadership shapes innovation and change, and...

The women’s co-working space The Wing and breast pump manufacturer Medela have teamed up for a mutually beneficial, deeply on-brand partnership called Motherhood on the Move. Medela is stocking The Wing’s Pinterest-y lactation rooms with a host o...

On June 8, 2019, an article was published in the New York Times that clearly stated something I've been thinking about for quite some time. The article was titled, "The Business of Health Care Depends on Exploiting Doctors and Nurses", and the subtit...

If you're a nurse, when was the last time you said, "Oh, I'm just a nurse" or "I'm not really an expert--I'm just a nurse"? If you stop to think about it, what are you really saying when you deny your expertise? Words are powerful, and the words we u...

Original Article by TechSling Weblog: There is no better time to be part of the healthcare industry than now. Aside from being a critically relevant … The post A Step Further: Demand for Trained and Skilled Nurses on the Rise first appeared on...

Over the years, I’ve known a lot of different nurses. I’ve known new nurses, seasoned nurses, frightened nurses, burned out nurses, and nurses who were so jaded they couldn’t even see their patients if they were right in front of their noses. I...

The growth of your career as a nurse can be consciously self-generated, or simply a result of happenstance and a laissez-faireattitude towards professional development. Neither of these options are necessarily bad in and of themselves, but a thoughtf...