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Lanka Hospitals a national and international resource for professionally qualified nurses

Lanka Hospitals PLC has opened its doors to foreign student nurses from the Asian region. Following an agreement with the Maldivian government, from 2008 on wards, two batches of approximately 30 Maldivian student nurses every year are given clinical training at Lanka Hospitals. 684 more words

Nisei nurses in the 1940s

Thankfully, more and more veterans and families are writing books and recording the stories of WWII experiences. I have included several in past entries, and will continue to research and collect books by or about the nurses of the 1940s. 258 more words


Working Feedback presents - 'Four seal Royal title for care.'

Nurses from Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust have been awarded the title of Queen’s Nurse by community nursing charity The Queen’s Nursing Institute (QNI).

The QNI also obtains references from the nurse’s employer, and asks for… 88 more words


Five Steps to Make Writing a Research Paper Less Daunting

By Amanda Anderson, a critical care nurse and graduate student in New York City currently doing a graduate placement at AJN.

It takes a certain kind of super strength to be a grad student in springtime. 1,610 more words

Nursing Perspective

Rose Roach: It’s health care, not ‘wealth care’ – and it’s a human right

A. Phillip Randolph, union organizer and president of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, once said, “The essence of trade unionism is social uplift. The labor movement has been the haven for the dispossessed, the despised, the neglected, the downtrodden, the poor.” 633 more words

Labor Voices

Look After Your Heart

I’m going to stop worrying now. May has been full of worry and concern and waiting and hospital visits. My other half had a (thankfully) small heart-attack the weekend before last – actually, he probably had a whole week of tiny heart-attacks before we wised up and I took him to A&E. 123 more words

"I am a nurse because...": Baraka's story

Through interviews, Global Health Service Partnership (GHSP) Nursing Volunteer Hannah Bergbower highlights her extraordinary nursing students, the stories that motivate them and their insights into the future of nursing in Tanzania. 631 more words

From The Field