Policymaking is crucially important to public health, and doctorally prepared nurses are uniquely qualified to play a leading role in the development of nursing policy.
To express our gratitude, we have collected a list of freebies, discounts, and deals available to nurses during Nurses Week and (in some cases) all year long!
The novel coronavirus created a remarkable year for nurses. You, nurses, rose to the challenge, masking-up and putting your own lives in jeopardy to honor your calling.
In this article, we’re here to say two things: that the stressors nurses face are unique and significant, and that there are steps to be taken to cultivate better nurse work-life balance.
As a nurse, you understand the importance of caring for the whole person. As you passionately focus on the needs of other people, though, it’s easy to forget that holistic self-care for nurses is essential, too.
Women still make up almost 90% of the registered nurse population in the United States. But the number of men in nursing is now increasing.
Here’s a roundup of stories from 2020, highlighting some of our top nursing faculty.
While we’re all a bit hesitant about predicting the future right now, we have identified some nursing trends to look for in the coming year.
Evidence-informed practice in nursing is an approach to patient care that incorporates the best research, clinical expertise, and patient input. The premise of this problem-solving approach is simple: to provide the best in patient care.
Nursing professionals who hold master of science in nursing degrees and want to enhance their nursing education and career opportunities may find themselves asking: what is a post-master’s certificate (PMC)?