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With many nurses retiring out of the profession, an aging population requiring more care and the Affordable Care Act opening the doors of healthcare to thousands of new patients, the nursing shortage has never been more alarming. Join us as we examine the nursing shortage and dig into the real reason behind the lingering crisis.
There were the Hatfields and the McCoys. The Sharks and the Jets. The Yankees and the Red Sox. And then there was the 8-hour versus 12-hour nursing shift debate. Join us as we take a closer look at the potential benefits and risks at the bedside and in the nursing profession.
Nurses play so many different roles that it’s impossible to encompass it all in just one job title. To refer to them as "just nurses" is not just an insult - it's an outrage! Familiarize yourself with just a few of the many hats nurses wear during every shift.
We are wrapping up a great year of articles full of student-focused information and nursing career education. Find out the most popular nursing articles from 2014.
What happens when the nation's largest job category runs out of people to fill the demand? Hopefully we'll never find out.
Approximately 100 nursing students and faculty teamed up with Paddock Mall to host the educational event, teaching more than 300 parents and children about different venues for personal health.
It's easy to keep up on trends in nursing once you have the right tools and know where to look.
The dedication of nurses to the wellbeing of their patients makes it even more shocking to hear that 65 percent of nurses surveyed by American Nurse Today have witnessed some form of nursing incivility.
The television series follows a group of nine young travel nurses as they tackle a temporary assignment in California.
It's never any easy question to ask, but it's one of the many responsibilities a nurse holds when a patient nears the end of his or her life - does the family want to donate their loved one's organs and/or tissues?
Rasmussen College School of Nursing has developed novel simulation scenarios that offer nursing students the opportunity to develop competence, safe practice and keener critical thinking skills. Nursing simulations are incorporated into the curriculum that replicates patient care experiences that may not be accessible to the nursing students during clinical rotations.