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Labor Day Déjà Vu - Nurses' Views of Work, Then and Now

By Maureen Shawn Kennedy, AJN editor-in-chief

If you like nursing history, there’s a new blog called Echoes and Evidence by the Barbara Bates Center for the Study of the History of Nursing at the University of Pennsylvania. 233 more words

Nursing Perspective

Back to School

Did you know that Personal Health Care not only provides quality home health aides and nurses for in-home care, but we can help with all your back to school needs! 93 more words

Nurse In San Francisco Offers Advice On Education And Careers

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job outlook for registered nurses is projected to grow 19 percent from 2012 to 2022. As demand for health care services increases in San Francisco, so will the demand for more nurses. 370 more words

San Francisco

The key to healthcare innovation is empowering nurses

Sandeep Jauhar argued a few months ago in a New York Times’ op-ed that “Nurses Are Not Doctors” and shouldn’t be given the same responsibilities to care for patients. 542 more words

Nursing: The Best Job I Could Never Do

Haiku: The Nurse

Patient’s Advocate

Determined through long hours

Forgotten Hero.

-K. Renae P.

Nursing is the one of the only jobs I really want to do but can’t… 234 more words

Poetry Corner

ICYMI: “Chat-Worthy” News Recap

Recap for Week Ending Aug. 29, 2014: 

People With Down Syndrome Are Pioneers in Alzheimer’s Research Read article here

E-cigarettes an option to curb smoking? The American Heart Association says yes… 257 more words

Infusion Nursing

Rest for the weary

Happy Labor day all!  How do you celebrate Labor Day?  What is it you do?  In honor of Labor Day, a day that should be a time of rest from our work and celebration of our accomplishments, I thought I’d try to get to know you all better and find ways for us to honor our work/labor. 64 more words