Quick tips: Drink the rainbow




Achieving a gold star in nutrition is as easy as following the colors of the rainbow. Rotate through these colorful smoothie recipes to get a daily dose of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Share this infographic with colleag Read More

Top 10 posts of 2015




As 2015 comes to a close, it’s a great time to take a look back at some favorite Scrubbed In posts over the past year. Enjoy reading and be sure to pass on your favorites to coworkers and friends. Happy Holidays to all nurses Read More

Book review: 'Nurse on Board'




“Nurses represent the largest labor force in hospitals, are the largest human resource expense and, most importantly, are closest to the patients, their families, the physicians, and many other key stakeholders. Yet they have li Read More

5 super stretches for nurses




Nursing is a total body workout -- no doubt about it. Do your tired muscles a favor and give yourself a solid few minutes to stretch out those kinks after a long shift. The more flexible and mobile your muscles and joints, the mo Read More

Online workouts for busy nurses




The American Heart Association recommends at least 30 minutes of moderate activity five times per week for a healthy heart. But for busy nurses, squeezing those workouts in is a big challenge. If the gym isn’t for you, your sc Read More

9 inspiring nurse entrepreneurs




We are honored to have had such fabulous nurses in our recurring Nurse Entrepreneur Series, and we want you to have this rich resource all in one place. You'll be inspired by the wide breadth of expertise and skills each of thes Read More

Book Review: 'From Sun to Sun'




I didn’t know a book about death could instill such faith in life. Nina Angela McKissock, RN, author of "From Sun to Sun," does something unique in her memoir about hospice nursing: she imbues the dying experience with the mag Read More