Blog Posts Written by Natalie Vaughn
Bullying is known to be common in nursing, but have you ever considered if you've been perceived as a nurse bully? Take a moment to stop and ask yourself if you've exhibited behaviors listed here.
The Good Nurse Advocates for Nurses' Well-Being
Amy Loughren, the Good Nurse, offers valuable advice for nurses — both new and seasoned in today’s healthcare landscape.
Make Time for Meaningful Recognition
Meaningful recognition for nurses can make an immediate impact on improving a hospital’s or health system’s culture and is arguably needed now more than ever before.
This Could Be You: Cullen Law Under Scrutiny
A law bearing the namesake of former nurse and convicted serial killer, Charles Cullen, is good in its intent but harmful in its execution.
The Call for Greater Autonomy in Nursing
Increasing the level of autonomy in nursing could help shape smarter healthcare delivery of the future in many ways.
Nursing Compassion Fatigue and Burnout vs. Moral Injury
As drivers of nursing turnover, understanding the differences between compassion fatigue, burnout, and moral injury is key.
Nurse Entrepreneurship Insights With NursePreneurs' Catie Harris
Catie Harris, CEO and founder of NursePrenuers answers timely questions on what’s driving nurse entrepreneurship and advice she has for nurses starting businesses.
5 Ways to Manage Holiday Nursing Stress
As caregivers are already expected to “give,” the “season of giving” can leave nurses emotionally and physically exhausted, making the holiday season less enjoyable. These five tips can help to manage holiday nursing stress.
How Workplace Violence Impacts Home Health Nurses
When providing care in an unfamiliar environment with many unknown factors, home care nurses face a unique risk for workplace violence.
A Nurse's Journey Through Grief, Action, and Story Sharing
A nurse shares how her career journey has been impacted by personal tragedy and the need to address pregnancy-related deaths due to mental health.