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Enjoy the new look of the blog continues to be a trusted place for nurses — as you have expected for the past 30 years – and will continue to be your source for everything you need to increase your nursing knowledge and advance your career. features streamlined categories, optimized search, simplified navigation and chronological news posts to make it easy to find the stories that interest you most.

Categories are now streamlined based on how you search for content. They include nursing news, nursing specialties, nursing careers and jobs, nursing education, GEM Awards and nurses’ stories. Here, you will find the same high-quality trending, educational and career news that you expect from us.

Robust and regular content continues to include breaking health news, expert nursing blogs, in-depth articles, curated news, sponsored content and more. Be sure to stop here first for trending nursing topics such as Zika and Ebola to learn how this news impacts you. Bookmark so you don’t miss any pertinent information, and sign up for our newsletters at to get news delivered straight to your inbox.

Our updated search helps you find stories among more than 25,000 articles in our archives. Type in keywords, author names, topics or nursing specialties and find relevant content with ease. If you search it, you will find it!

On the blog home page, simplified navigation allows you to click on the sliding images at the top to read featured nursing content handpicked for you by our award-winning nursing editors. Or scroll down and browse all of our latest content.

You’ve always relied on, and now our new blog gives you even more reason to continue to do so.

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About the Author:

Eileen Williamson, MSN, RN
Eileen Williamson, MSN, RN, continues to write and act as a consultant for Before joining the company in 1998, Eileen was employed by North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System in New York (now Northwell Health System) where she held a number of leadership positions in nursing and hospital administration, including chief nurse at two of their System hospitals. She holds a BSN and an MSN in nursing administration and is a graduate fellow of the Johnson & Johnson University of Pennsylvania Wharton School Nurse Executives program. A former board member and past president of the New Jersey League for Nursing, a constituent league of the National League for Nursing, Eileen currently is a member of the Adelphi University, College of Nursing and Public Health Advisory Board.

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