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As the United States grapples with the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, I am reminded of how nurses' collective and individual dedication to volunteerism and community service are central to the fabric of society, as well as to the notion of who we nur...

On July 26th, nurse Alex Wubbels was working a shift at the University of Utah Hospital. She was tending to a patient who was in a coma; he was the victim of a drunk driver and was badly burned. The course of Nurse Wubbels' shift changed dramatically...

Juz Alvarado captured this footage of a street artist painting a "Zen" keychain using paint-filled syringes. (more…)...

Please enjoy this republication of a previously published review of The Nurse's Story by my beloved colleague, Carol Gino.  In The Nurse‚Äôs Story, the protagonist receives telephone calls at home from some patients to whom she has given her per...

The following story was published here on Digital Doorway in July of 2010. The issues of nurse burnout and compassion fatigue have not changed in the last seven years, and this anecdote from the ER is as salient today as ever.The emergency room is bu...

Throughout history, nurses have provided care to those in need despite the cultural circumstances or political scenarios at hand. Nursing care, like medicine, is a necessary service that simply needs to be provided in a society at all times. No matte...

If you're an older nurse, you might remember TV shows and movies with a private eye or detective carrying a magnifying glass as he or she doggedly searched for clues to solve a perplexing case. You might remember Columbo, The Rockford Files, or...