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Are you a recent nursing graduate looking for a job? Or someone who is looking for better job opportunities? Regardless of your situation, there are several highly trusted websites that can help you find a job. They may not be as effective as referrals, but online job-hunting is one step forward towards getting your dream
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Compared with other professions, nurses get to enjoy a higher salary. However, despite making good money, there’ll be times when you’ll need a little extra. It can be a birthday, wedding, vacation or preparation for your retirement. If you’re looking for part-time jobs for nurses, don’t feel embarrassed. Moonlighting is a practical solution to meeting
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It’s no secret that in this day and age, more humans are reaching retirement age and living for many years beyond what used to be expected. Due to this fact, an increasing number of elderly people make up today’s population. In 2018, the number of Americans ranging from age 65 and older totaled to around
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MARCH 19, 2020 March 18, 2020 What Is a Virus? A virus is a microscopic organism that is unable to thrive and reproduce without a host cell. Viruses exist almost everywhere and are able to infect humans, animals, plants, fungi, and bacteria. Some viruses are able to cause diseases so deadly that they create pandemics
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While many Americans, and people around the world, have been asked to stay home in self-isolation to combat the ever-spreading coronavirus or COVID-19, healthcare workers have been placed on the frontline of this growing pandemic and have continued to go to work every shift in order to protect the people we love the most. With all
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After a long hard day on the job, do you ever wonder about whether or not you chose the right career path? Well, we are here to tell you that being in the medical industry has its perks! One being that it currently has some of the top growing professions in the country. Within the
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If you are a healthcare professional working on the front lines at a hospital or any type of facility that directly comes into contact with patients, you may have a higher risk of becoming exposed to COVID-19, or otherwise known as the coronavirus. With this high exposure rate, you might even find yourself having to
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The recent shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE) have stretched across the globe and have brought to light the important role these items play to workers that spend most of their time in hazardous conditions. PPE plays a vital role in keeping workers safe on the job site and should be available to those that
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From an early age, you are taught one of the most essential lessons of hygiene – washing your hands. You are taught to wash your hands before you eat, after using the restroom, after playing outside in the dirt, after petting animals, and especially after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing into your hands. When
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We just finished with the month of April, which might have felt like one of the longest months of the year. Many nurses and healthcare professionals were placed on the front lines, battling something that we have never dealt with before – a global pandemic. And while some healthcare professionals battled this pandemic from ground
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Performing IV insertion on pediatric patients is undeniably one of the most daunting tasks for nurses. It’s also possibly one of the most traumatic experiences among young patients. As much as nurses want to turn this painful experience into a memorable role-playing game, the mere sight of needles and nurses in white uniforms are enough to
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Taking care of elderly people is never easy. Since they are more prone to infections (1), injuries, and changes in mental status, you have to be prepared and skilled when caring for them. If you are new to geriatric nursing, all these things can be intimidating and overwhelming. So, to help you out, here are
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For you to become a registered nurse, you need to take and pass the NCLEX. The National Council Licensure Examination is what will help the state boards of nursing to determine whether or not you are ready to work as a nurse. But what if you failed the NCLEX? Well, failing the NCLEX doesn’t mean
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Diabetes is a prevalent condition. Just recall all the patients you saw today and there’s probably a handful of them who are diabetic. According to the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Division of Diabetes Translation, up to 34.2 million people in the United States have diabetes. And by 2049, the number can
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Neonatal nursing is one of the most in-demand sub-specialties of the profession. With over 40,000 infants born with low birth weight, the need for nurses who have the skills and knowledge to care for extremely vulnerable babies is getting higher year by year. If you are seriously considering being a neonatal nurse, it’s important that
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It’s no secret that the United States is in desperate need of nurses. Due to patients living longer, educational bottlenecks and a staggeringly high turnover rate in the healthcare industry, the nursing shortage is becoming a growing problem. It’s starting to put serious pressure on nursing staff around the country. As a nursing student, you’re
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